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Fighting Romneys twit factor
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In 1987, Newsweek Magazine caught the public’s attention after it labeled then-presidential candidate George H.W. Bush a “wimp.” The magazine was obviously trying to portray Bush Sr. as holding to an old, weak, upper class mentality. Despite his heroism as a World War II Navy pilot, Newsweek wanted to examine the idea that he couldn’t and wouldn’t sully his hands to help those below him.