NAACP AUDIENCE JEERS MITT ROMNEY DURING SPEECH
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HOUSTON (AP) -- Mitt Romney says if African-Americans want a president who will do more for blacks, they need look no further than to him. The line, delivered before an NAACP meeting in Houston yesterday, drew jeers from the audience. Romney was also booed by the audience when he promised to repeal the health care bill President Barack Obama got passed. Romney also tried to convince the NAACP that Obama has done little to strengthen the economy. There were groans when he declared that Obama "has not," "cannot" and "will not" drive the economy forward as he's promised. Obama has sent Vice President Joe Biden to address the group today.