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Scrutinizing The Candidates' Stump Speeches

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The next time President Obama and Mitt Romney hit the campaign trail, they will deliver stump speeches to crowds of supporters who don't often give the messages a lot of scrutiny. In the first of two stories, NPR shows the speeches to people who would give them a more critical look: political operatives from the opposite party. First up: President Obama.
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