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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mckay Coppins
In the wake of court rulings on same-sex marriage, political observers have been connecting the dots between religious groups and political conservatives, and many say religious liberty has emerged as the new rallying cry for the religious right.
The new-and-improved, less-kind, less-gentle Mitt Romney has emerged on the public's radar following his vigorous speeches in Pennsylvania and Ohio that dashed President Obama's theories on employment and the economy right onto the dais.
"This is going to be tough. But I just want to remind all of you that you didn't decide to support Barack Hussein Obama because it was going to be easy."