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      Earlier DKos diarist Scott Woodledge posted a Diary highlighting how vile, disgusting, despicable, abhorrent, necrophiliacs the Romney family is.  Ronna Romney, Mitt's ex-sister-in-law and she is involved in his campaign, posted pictures of Amb. Stevens' corpse on her facebook page -- what a classLESS freak.

         Scott Wooledge posted the Talking Points Memo article:

Ronna Romney is the ex-sister-in-law of Mitt Romney. She’s apparently remained close to the Romney family. She has a minor role in the Romney campaign in Florida and has recently appeared at campaign events in Michigan with her daughter.

Earlier this afternoon she posted these grotesque images of the mangled body of the late Ambassador Chris Stevens with the words “Obama killed him” surrounded by dripping blood.

       She has taken the picture off of her facebook and gave the lamest excuse and most bullshit apology
RONNA ROMNEY: Earlier today I thought I was responding to someone's post and accidentally shared it on my site...I apologize
       I want to know who gave that vile necrophiliac the Classified pictures- I want to know what Romney Campaign thinks of Ronna Romney using pictures of Amb. Stevens’ corpse as a political tool?  I think Romney's campaign owes us an answer.  Romney's campaign also owes Amb. Steven's mother and father an answer.

       Is this part of Romney's Foreign Policy?  Will Romney give his necrophiliac family members pictures of our fallen soldiers after he Baptizes them into his Religion? What a bunch of f'cking freaks those Romney's are.

       Anyway, I posted her twitter account just in case anyone wanted to leave her a Tweet asking her where she got those classified photographs.



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