Posted by | December 31, 2011 13:38 | Filed under: Top Stories

Mitt Romney wanted the audience to know he wouldn’t cry when talking about his parents, but assured them he’s capable of it.

Romney described the patriotism of his parents, both deceased, at a campaign stop in New Hampshire on Friday. He was interrupted by an audience member who shouted, “Don’t cry.”

“I won’t cry,” Romney said, quickly adding: “But I do, I do. Nothing to be ashamed of in that regard.”

The emotional moment drew quick comparisons to Gingrich, who earlier in the day in Iowa choked up while discussing his mother and her battle with mental illness.

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