Mitt Romney’s Pitch to the True Believers

At Buzzfeed, McKay Coppins reports on Mitt Romney’s commencement speech at Liberty University on Saturday. “Mitt Romney did his best to speak the language of the true believers,” Coppins writes. ‘It’s a dialect in which he’s conversational, if not fluent.” Of Romney, he notes: “In less than 20 minutes, he managed to name-check more than a half-dozen key Christian figures, including C.S. Lewis, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Chuck Colson, Billy Graham, and, of course, Jerry Falwell.” 

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