Mitt Romney Mentions Grieving War Widow in Stump Speech

GOP candidate talks about Jane Horton, whose husband died serving in Afghanistan.
3:00 | 10/10/12

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Met a woman at the GOP convention. Jane Horton of Oklahoma. Her her husband a sharpshooters. The united states military often Afghanistan. -- The they she's packaging up some goodies to go -- his birthday package -- it's not comes at the door. An informer that her husband have been killed. And she. She decides to devote herself to helping the families of others who've lost their loved ones he was killed on September ninth of 2011. And and this was a time when some very misguided people were protesting at the funerals of our service men and women your -- that. And they came there the funeral of her husband. And she was asked what do you think about this and this is the quote she says this. Chris died for them to be able to protest. Chris guy role for them to be able to protest this is quite a nation we live in this extraordinary --

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