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Mitt Sings 'America,' And It Ain't Beautiful (VIDEO)

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Now that Barack Obama earned raves for singing
Now that Barack Obama earned raves for singing "Let's Stay Together," Mitt Romney has taken to singing "America The Beautiful," but the reviews aren't as good.

If President Obama absolutely killed Al Green's "Let's Stay Together," Mitt Romney has apparently responded by just plain murdering a patriotic standard.

The Republican candidate was caught on camera last night at a Florida campaign rally warbling "America the Beautiful," and the performance was so bad that CNN host Piers Morgan jokes, "I think this could be an actual issue."

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