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Mitt Romney’s Sour Grapes Tour

Bad habits are hard to break. Sixteen months after the electorate told him to take a hike, Mitt Romney is still lying.
He has lately embarked on a sour grapes tour, seeking to sell himself as a retroactive foreign policy expert who, by dint of his wisdom and muscle, surely would’ve prevented Vladimir Putin from committing illegal mischief in Crimea. But that’s a heavy lift for a guy who, even now, remains woefully allergic to basic facts. Last Sunday while insisting on “Face the Nation” that he would’ve been better than Obama at deterring Putin, he uncorked ...


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