Uh-oh. The Globe piece is brutal:

Standing on stage at a Republican debate on the Gulf Coast of Florida last week, Mitt Romney repeatedly lashed out at rival Rudy Giuliani for providing sanctuary to illegal immigrants in New York City.

Yet, the very next morning, on Thursday, at least two illegal immigrants stepped out of a hulking maroon pickup truck in the driveway of Romney's Belmont house, then proceeded to spend several hours raking leaves, clearing debris from Romney's tennis court, and loading the refuse back on to the truck.

Here's Hewitt's spin:

Romney has done the right thing, and it will not impact his campaign at all...

But I should point out again, as I did when the first story broke, that the Boston Globe hates Romney and has gone to extraordinary lengths to hurt him, including staking out his house for the past three months to get this story. The Globe didn't stake out even one of Kerry's homes. The paper didn't even press him to release his military records.

If that sounds a little rattled, can you blame him?

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