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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio Mitt Romney is under attack in a way a presidential candidate normally would not be. A newspaper, The Concord Monitor, is taking him behind the woodshed in New Hampshire.
In a scathing editorial board column it tells voters that Romney is a "disquieting figure" and says he "surely must be stopped" because of his flip-flopping on issues like abortion rights and stem-cell research.
A spokesman for the Romney campaign says the Monitor's editorial board is considered liberal on numerous issues, so the decree is not surprising.