Mitt Romney believes in America, freedom, opportunity, cornfields, robots

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NBC correspondent Garrett Haake forwards Mitt Romney’s new 60-second ad in Iowa. This is what an establishment frontrunner sounds like:

When generations of immigrants looked up and saw the Statue of Liberty for the first time, one thing they knew beyond any doubt, and that is they were coming to a place where anything was possible; that in America, their children would have a better life.

I believe in that America.

The spirit of enterprise, innovation, pioneering and can-do propelled our standard of living and economy past that of any other nation on earth.

And in the campaign to come, the American ideals of economic freedom and opportunity need a clear and unapologetic defense. And I intend to make it because I have lived it.

We stand for freedom and opportunity and hope.

The principles that made this nation a great and powerful leader of the world have not lost their meaning - they never will.

I’m Mitt Romney, I believe in America, and I’m running for President of the United States.”

The Des Moines Register reports today that Mr. Romney continues drawing overflow crowds.

Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney believes in America, freedom, opportunity, cornfields, robots

Updated