Philip Barlow does not recognise the descriptions of Mitt Romney,
as a cold, stiff CEO. As Romney's church counsellor when the Republican
presidential hopeful was a bishop in the Mormon church in Boston,
Barlow saw him administer to the emotional and practical needs of all his flock.
forces you to become intimately involved in the lives of people of all
economic and racial backgrounds," he explains. "People would come to him
with problems: a son who's strayed from the faith, a daughter with a
drug problem, marriage difficulties. I was there with him in his home,
every Saturday, talking about how he would handle these problems. In his
personal life he's not stiff at all."
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