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October 23, 2012 1:39 PM

Romney, used to role as fixer, might find different managing challenge as president

To his supporters, Mitt Romney exudes cool fire. The rigid jaw, the focused eyes, the straight shoulders and the perfect hair all project the image of a man who seems born with confidence – a fixer. Romney looks presidential, and in the White House, the Republican nominee promises to be a leader who would calmly analyze the economy, devise remedies, check the numbers on a balance sheet and work from there.

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