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Mia Love GOP candidate for U.S. Congress and Mayor of Saratoga Springs rocked the Republican National Convention Tuesday night attacking Obama for his divisive and discriminatory idea of the “American Dream”. Her profile and story alone have made her a compelling presence in the conservative movement. She is a first-generation Haitian-American, a Mormon and a small-town Utah mayor. Love, who is black, is also running for Congress in mostly white Utah. If elected, she would be the first black Republican woman ever to serve in Congress.
“Mr. President I’m here to tell you the American people are awake and we’re not buying what you’re selling in 2012. She hit President Obama for dividing America and failing the nation over the course of his first term. “His policies have failed us. We’re not better off than we were four years ago. And no rhetoric, bumper sticker or Hollywood campaign ad can change that,” Love fired out to the crowd.
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