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Part-time Governor Mitt Romney Ran the State as if he was still at Bain, Children of Low and Middle Income Families were left Behind and a Harvard Study puts a Red Flag wait a Minute on the Scholarship Mitt Romney Brags about Creating

Mitt Romney the man who doesn’t speak to much on education but if he did you should know its the same rhetoric Republicans have given for years. Mitt Romney that man who wished he could lead. Mitt Romney the man that brags about being Governor from January 2, 2003 – January 4, 2007, while part of that time he was running for President.

In keeping up with being a newly elected Governor in 2003 running for President; in 2004 Romney created the Commonwealth PAC. Someone who brags that much on being governor should be able to speak big on education. However Romney talking about education isn’t the case, so I turned to Romney’s years as a governor to see if there is anything demonstrating what he could have done towards education.

The students and board members of UMASS will certainly remember the governor. It would be no surprise if they both sympathise with millions of students facing their student loan rates going up with Republicans holding a majority and knowing not to call on Mitt Romney.

So what really did happen...

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