GOP candidates running from Romney’s ’47 percent’ remarks

Don’t believe Democrats who say that tape of Mitt expressing contempt for half of America has hurt his chances of being elected. Believe the Republicans who are distancing themselves from him:

Nevada Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday became the latest Republican Senate candidate locked in a competitive race to distance himself from GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s “47 percent” remarks, which came to light after the wide release of a hidden camera video that documented Romney’s appearance at a Boca Raton fundraiser. Heller joined Connecticut Senate aspirant Linda McMahon and Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown in disowning Romney’s take on the portion of the electorate he deemed to be “victims” who could not be convinced to forego government assistance…

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