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Yow! What a headline! Yes, every murder is a tragedy. No, the Judge probably isn't 100% wrong all of the time, freeing murderers willy-nilly. And no, Mitt Romney can't be held responsible for every appointed Judge's every action. But this is a chink in the armor that Karl Rove (and Lee Atwater before him) would have pounced all over in a Democratic race during their time.
Now, I wouldn't advocate that Democrats take on a Rovian/Atwatery method of operation. But it would be nice if they were as tenacious, and go for the throat--but with a distinction from those guys--using only the truth.
Ahem, I got sidetracked, here's the story:
Romney is desperately trying to short-circuit his own little Willy Horton controversy before it gets started, calling on the judge the resign. But the fact remains that Mitt Romney is a huge liberal, even by Massachusetts standards, and he appointed judges in his liberal image (not that I think liberal judges are pro-murder, but whatever the judge's reasoning, Romney appointed this judge because he approved of her reasoning - he can't now say "oops" after two more people are murdered because of his best (aka poor) judgment - how many more life-threatening "oopses" can America afford from yet another incompetent commander in chief?) . . .
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