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New Hampshire Tea Party Expresses Doubts Over Mitt Romney

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Mitt Romney will need to watch his step around a particular political group, because they seem to hate being tread on.

The Tea Party movement has a message that has been made loud and clear the past few years: fiscal responsibility, personal liberty and constitutional rights. They claim not to blindly follow either party, which means Romney will need to be more than just a Republican or "Not-Obama."

Some think he can do it, others are not so sure.

"Has Romney won me over? No is the answer," said Jerry DeLemus, former chairman of the Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC and the founder of the Rochester 9-12 Project.

Read the whole story at Amherst Patch

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