Romney eager to connect with Southern voters

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Mitt Romney is touting his business credentials as he tries to pick up Southern votes ahead of Tuesday's primaries in Alabama and Mississippi.

Romney is casting himself as better-suited to tackle the nation's economic problems than President Barack Obama.

Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, meanwhile, says a new ABC television series is evidence that the entertainment
industry harbors anti-Christian bias.

Gingrich is criticizing the comedy-drama "GCB," which has also
been called "Good Christian Belles."

The former House speaker says no network would run a show with such a title if the word "Muslim" were used in place of
"Christian."

In Kansas, Rick Santorum suggested Obama and Romney share a top priority: to take away Americans' money and freedom so they can
tell them how to live.


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