Friday, June 22, 2007

Romney: "New Course on the War on Terrorism"

In the News
By: Karen E. Crummy
Denver Post

"Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, in Colorado to raise money and give a speech on national security, said Thursday that a strong military, strong economy and strong family values are the keys to moving the country forward.

"'It's the three-legged stool,' said Romney, who did not hold any public events but spoke to reporters for a few minutes at the Brown Palace Hotel. 'It's time that we as a nation return to the source of America's strength.'"

"Romney, who has raised more money in the interior West than any other presidential candidate, also noted that Colorado Republicans could possibly influence the presidential race if they move up their caucus to Feb. 5 - the same date as about two dozen other states."

"Romney was slated to speak about a 'new course' on the war on terrorism at the American Enterprise Institute's World Forum in Beaver Creek on Thursday night." ...

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