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Mark Halperin
Doofus.
Mark Halperin, hack extraordinaire:
Mitt Romney decisively loses the Tom Friedman Primary. Boston will likely say “who cares?” and “big surprise (not),” rather than asking why it happened and what the political (and potential governing) implications are.
Holy fucking shit, did Romney really lose the Tom Fucking Friedman Primary? Oh noes! And Boston doesn't even care! Because, you know, Tom Friedman gets 1 million votes, all of them strategically allocated in swing states. So the Romney campaign better care that they've just lost Friedman's 75,000 votes in North Carolina, not to mention his 125,000 votes in Ohio!

Um, it isn't just the Romney campaign who doesn't give a shit. The current population of the United States is 311,591,917, and I guarantee that 311,591,915 of them don't give a shit who won the Tom Friedman Primary, particularly since the primaries that actually matter ended back in April. Someone should let Halperin know.

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Originally posted to kos on Tue Oct 02, 2012 at 10:45 AM PDT.

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