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EVDebs Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-13-07 10:17 AM
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130. Mitt's already admitted to cheating in Iowa, so you can bet it'll be him or Fred
Edited on Mon Aug-13-07 10:32 AM by EVDebs
Romney Jokes About Cheating in Iowa Poll, Dodging Questions
http://www.alternet.org/blogs/peek/59467 /

Either Mitt the Twit or Freddy the Freeloader. BTW, "if" Rove committed crimes while in the WH, he's still liable for them assuming no blanket "absolution" is given (i.e., mass pardoning).

Does anyone know if the * can pardon an entire party while leaving office ? I don't think even the Pope has that kind of power.

"Romney also joked about stuffing the ballot box at today's Straw Poll. "At 7 o'clock they will count the ballots. We will stuff the ballot box, I hope," he said on the recording.

And he joked about cheating in the Corn Poll, the bi-partisan State Fair popularity contest in which attendees are asked to "cast your kernel" by placing a kernel of corn in a jar for their favored candidate to show their support. "I was a little dismayed because I saw Barack Obama, he had a lot of corn in that Mason jar," quipped Romney. "But I was number one - so thanks for cheating!""

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