Ann Romney skipped policy and instead discussed family matters during a campaign stop for husband Mitt Romney in Iowa.
Mitt Romney has never been wildly popular among the Republican Party’s social conservatives, a population that balks at his Mormon faith and perceived ideological impotence on social issues.
“Romney is trying to give the impression that he is a conservative Republican, but these social issues may very well derail his campaign for the nomination,” notes Sam Blumenfeld at the far right wing website ‘The New American’.
This uncomfortable truth explains why the presidential hopeful skipped this year’s Iowa Straw Poll, a measure of that predominantly religious state’s political leanings, and has remained focused on another early-nominating state, the more moderate New Hampshire.
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