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Mitt Romney Attacks Defense Cuts Planned In Super Committee's Wake

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The Republican candidate zoned in on military defense and foreign policy issues as he addressed employees of the defense and security company.

He blamed President Obama for the failure of the "super committee" to come to an agreement, citing his proposed reduction of $600 billion in defense spending.

"The idea that we are going to devastate our military is completely unacceptable," said Romney.

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