Separated at birth?
If Evan Bayh and Mitt Romney face off in the ’08 presidential election, voters will get some eerie parallelism. Both men have fathers who tried and failed to become president. Both say they're capable of uniting Democrats and Republicans. And both would be “anti-” candidates — Bayh to Hillary Clinton, and Romney to John McCain, whose mercurial personality and deviations from Republican orthodoxy make him Romney’s antithesis.
: Talking Politics
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