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Rich Kids For Romney: An Endorsement (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

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On the eve of the South Carolina primary, everyone is wondering if, come Monday, the GOP will have its candidate. This is the time where a powerful endorsement or two could either push Romney over the line or give him a serious run for his money (disadvantage: Romney in the latter case, as he's never had to run for money before and will most likely pull something).

One powerful group has seized this opportune time to throw their support behind a candidate, and it could shake up the election more than any other endorsement to date.

After all, to lead the future, you need the future's vote. And there's only one candidate with the credentials to get it. Check out our exclusive video above and let us know what you think it means for the election in the comments.

 
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