Romney: I’m A Real Conservative

    Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney addresses supporters on a caucus night event in Denver, Colorado, February 7, 2012.   Republican frontrunner  Romney congratulated Rick Santorum after the social conservative won poll races in Minnesota and Missouri, with Colorado "too close too call."          AFP PHOTO / Emmanuel Dunand (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up? The presidential hopeful, who’s had a rough week after losing three states to Rick “the surge” Santorum, promised Fox News that his speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday will show that’s he’s 100 percent conservative. The points of his resume he highlighted: fighting a mandate for religious employers to provide contraceptives and attempting to block same-sex marriage in Massachusetts. Thursday, Mitt met with some conservative leaders to pitch his pureness, held a few $10,000-ticket policy discussions, and a photo session and reception. He’s expected to raise about $1 million.

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