Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney addressed the annual NAACP convention Wednesday in Houston, where he pitched his candidacy as the best choice for African-American voters, including his opposition to marriage equality, a principle the organization recently backed.
“Any policy that lifts up and honors the family is going to be good for the country, and that must be our goal,” said the former Massachusetts governor in his first appearance before the group. “As president, I will promote strong families and I will defend traditional marriage.”
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