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Romney's Course Correction: Red Meat on Back Burner

Tuesday night's speech from now-certain GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, billed as the unofficial start of his campaign against President Obama, was less a swivel toward political moderation than a gentle course correction. 

The themes Romney wove into his address before a crowd of New Hampshire supporters, made after sweeping a quintet of Northeast primaries, included the same basic message he's repeated for months: Obama's big-government overreach threatens freedom and the economy, while a Romney victory would restore the American Dream. He focused on jobs and debt, mostly, just as he did in countless other victory speeches. 

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