After supporting Rick Perry and attending rallies for Ron Paul and Rick Santorum during the GOP primaries, Gov. Sam Brownback engaged in more presidential politics Tuesday by campaigning for Mitt Romney in northeast Ohio. Brownback told a Youngstown crowd that at Monday’s debate, Romney “looked like the president much more than the president.” Brownback said he saw Romney’s main message during the debate as: “You can’t have a strong foreign policy without a strong economy.”
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