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So I'm watching football yesterday and the following RomneyLord Mittens of Cayman ad was in fairly heavy rotation:

And it left me wondering "cheating? WTF is he talking about"? Then I found a response while searching for the video on YouTube. Apparently OFA has a response ad that I assume will start running today:

Which still didn't really address WTF Mittens was really talking about.

So, dear Kossacks, WTF was Mittens talking about? Personally, I think he thinks Obama is winning and that's just cheating just like any petulant 7-year-old. That or he's a dirty cheater at Checkers with all that winning he does.

Please have fun with it.

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  •  Tip Jar (0+ / 0-)

    "I chose to change facts, reality, and the meaning of words, in order to make a much larger point." - Paul Ryan John Oliver

    by SC Lib on Mon Sep 17, 2012 at 10:32:53 AM PDT

  •  The "cheating" he is talking about (1+ / 0-)
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    jgilhousen

    is Currency Manipulation.  The Chinese Gov't deliberately keeps the Yuan at a very low value in order to make their exports cheaper.

    Красота спасет мир --F. Dostoevsky

    by Wisper on Mon Sep 17, 2012 at 10:37:28 AM PDT

  •  Politics and Football (1+ / 0-)
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    SC Lib

    "I wanna watch da football I dont wanna watch da politics lying boosheet when I watchin da football.
    If I gots to watch polotics with da football I will get very mad and I will break things so please no politics in the football cause I will be trouble and my family will suffer the children cry and momma screamin bloody murder with me bustin the place up!
    Then police come and we have more trouble jus because polotics ruined my football, damn it!"
    ----------------------
    I didn't write this, it was posted several years ago iirc, 2004 election cycle, but it always amuses me.

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