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Mitt Romney's campaign is distancing itself from a Republican-leaning super PAC's plan to run ads highlighting President Obama's ties to his controversial former pastor.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's fundraising is going so well that people are literally trying to tuck checks into his pocket on the campaign trail.
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Senator John McCain yesterday renounced the endorsements of two influential televangelists - John Hagee and Rod Parsley - who both had made inflammatory statements that liberals have been using to tar McCain.