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  •  He didn't kill him, he gave him away to his sister (3+ / 0-)
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    which begs the questions, why and did his kids have any input into this decision. I have had many dogs throughout the year, and not only could I not bring myself to give them away, not even to a loving relative, but my kids would be devasated if I even thought about it. Proves how truly callous and unfeeling Willard is. I love the way on his page they relate his actions on Seamus  cool and calm decision making. Will he be as cool and calm when he has to make the decison to send young people into harms way. Sorry, but I don't want him making that deciision, especially knowing how he treated the family pet.

    •  Did the sister tell the truth? (0+ / 0-)

      Romney's sons seem to have told a different story:

      According to Hunter Walker, writing for the Politicker NY, a blog of the New York Observer, Mitt Romney “may not have told the whole truth about the scandalous tale.”

      According to a “trusted Politicker tipster,” Walker says, “two of Romney’s sons had an off-the-record conversation with reporters” in which they revealed that Seamus actually “ran away when they reached their destination” in Canada.

      As of this writing, says Walker, “the Romney campaign has not responded to multiple requests for comment on this story.”

      What is the truth about Seamus' fate? Did he live out his days on a bucolic farm, as Romney has said? Or was he abandoned somewhere in Canada, alone, to fend for himself?

      The influence of the [executive] has increased, is increasing, and ought to be diminished.

      by lysias on Wed Jul 11, 2012 at 01:10:52 PM PDT

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