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Monday, August 27, 2012

Mitt: They Liked Me, They Really Liked Me

The GOP standard bearer (or is it barer?) in two new interviews complains about Obama's "dishonest" ads-full of "demonization"--have succeeded in tarnishing his sterling image. Pot, meet kettle. But my favorite past is the evidence he presents that, contrary to the views of many (if not most), he is just not a very likable fellow. This has to be the quote of the week so far:

“I was voted the president of my fraternity.  They don’t call them fraternities at Brigham Young University. They’re called service clubs. It was the Cougar Club. But you don’t get voted to be head of your group if you don’t get along with people, if you don’t connect with people.”

Maybe the Cougar Clubber heard about him assault gay student with scissors in high school and thought that was just swell.  Now we await the first photoshopped art of Mitt as a "cougar."


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