It's All Politics, July 26, 2012 Mitt Romney figures, why just create gaffes in the United States when I can do the same in Europe? But before he leaves he socks it to the president at the VFW. Also, a look ahead to Tuesday's Republican Senate runoff in Texas.
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A campaign sticker for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on a sign for Romney Street in London on Wednesday, as Romney arrived in the city ahead of the Olympic Games.
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Mitt Romney figures, why just create gaffes in the United States when I can do the same in Europe? But before he leaves he socks it to the president at the VFW. Also, a look ahead to Tuesday's Republican Senate runoff in Texas. And Alaska Republican Don Young and Hawaii Democrat Mazie Hirono make nice in a most unusual commercial.

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