This line from Romney’s speech apparently garnered attention from reporters in post speech press conference that Romney did not want to address.

Some of his testy response:

Near the end of press conference here after an Ask Mitt Anything town hall, he was asked if he thought a non-spiritual person could be a free person, and he returned with: “Of course not, that’s not what I said.” Pressed again about the freedom requiring religion line, he said, “I was talking about the nation.”

He was also pressed about the politics of his speech and reiterated, “You know, that’s not what the speech was about,” and then again said it was about the role of faith in America. Romney was also grilled on the lawn service company that he used at his home in Belmont and how it had employed illegal immigrants, which he came under fire for about a year ago and the problem has since resurfaced.


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