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Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh weighed in on the Republican presidential campaign earlier this week, taking shots at GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney.

Limbaugh lambasted the former Massachusetts governor  telling his radio audience,  “Romney is not a conservative. He’s not, folks.”

He continued his assault attacking Romney’s gubernatorial record and his positions on healthcare and the environment.

Sure, you can point out that Massachusetts is a liberal state, but “there’s gonna be a lot of liberal pressure on whoever our president is: media, Democrat members of Congress that the media’s gonna fawn all over.” So let’s not settle on a candidate just yet—even though “the Republican establishment’s trying to nail this down and end it.”

Read more at Newser.

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