The EFM Feature

Ann Romney looks good.
When she had a health scare in 2008, when she was diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ and had lumpectomy for this pre-cancerous condition. But fast forward two years and you see a vibrant, healthy woman who is ready for a fight.
In fact, Gov. Romney told CNN recently that Ann had no doubt about him running again for President:
“My wife thinks I should run. She’s absolutely committed. She’s saying ‘You gotta run. You gotta have somebody who understands the world of the economy, small businesses, who can create jobs.’ She’s convinced I gotta run.”
Her enthusiasm was very apparent today at CPAC. Slim, blonde, younger-looking now than in 2008, she just came to the podium to announce her husband’s speech and the crowd – which is at capacity – loves her.
This morning, she focuses on the fact that Gov. Romney is a success… but not in the ways you immediately think of when you hear his name.
“The most important thing he’s done is being a good husband and father.”
He used to tell her, “Ann, your work is more challenging and important than mine. Your building a family… your work is forever.”
She then fast forwarded to her diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis. He said to her, “We can handle anything as long as it’s not terminal. I will love you no matter what. I know Mitt as a person, a very good person. I’ve also seen him as a leader. I, for one, woud like for him to lead this country, as president of the United States.”
Now, the Governor!

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