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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Thomas Beaumont
Listening to liberal media reports on Hurricane Isaac, we already know two things: A major disaster is coming, and whatever happens is Mitt Romney's fault.
"The next few days will test Romney's ability," AP's Des Moines correspondent Thomas Beaumont wrote, "to both present himself to the American people as a plausible alternative to President Barack Obama, and to lead a party still smarting from the image hit it took in the aftermath of the 2005 Gulf Coast devastation."