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DemFromCT gives us his polling and issues round up:


where4art joins in to help us straighten out some of the remaining mysteries of Mitt's departure from Bain, including why it might legitimately have taken nearly three years to negotiate an exit agreement, even though the guy was President, CEO, Chairman of the Board and sole shareholder!


And here are a few shorter clips, more like the ones you might hear as a promo on the radio station. Good for sharing on Facebook (which really helps the show grow, by the way -- hint,  hint)!

Who put the rust on the Rust Belt? Mitt Romney.


Hey, Sununu! Just how American is Mitt Romney, anyway?


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