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Rocky Anderson says Romney is Not Being "True to Himself"

Rocky Anderson says Romney is Not Being "True to Himself"

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(KSL News) Salt Lake Mayor Rocky Anderson temporarily turned his attention away from attacks aimed at President Bush to speak out against presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

Anderson appeared on the radio program Democracy Now!, saying Romney has caved to his handlers on several issues, and the Romney running for president is not the "real Romney" or the Romney he knew during the 2002 Olympics.

The Deseret Morning News reports Anderson also said Romney would be a great president if he would be "true to himself."

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