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I found this hilarious vid that asks the question that many Americans are still asking several years after Mitt first started running for the office he feels entitled to hold:  Just who the hell are you anyway?  I finally saw a 'Mitt' bumper sticker the other day and my first reaction was: "Milt?  Is Milton Berle running for something?  Is he even still alive?"  Then I realized it was just our in-house tea partier expressing her preference and it really did say Mitt not Milt.  Whether a deceased Miltie would make a better President than a living Mitt or Willard or Robmoney or whatever his name is, I'll leave the gentle reader to decide.  Heading into the debates tonight, I thought this was an unusual time for Mitt to be, yet again, introducing himself to the public (as if being carpet bombed in Florida for the past several months were not introduction enough).  So with a mouthful of memorized zingers waiting for an opportunity to deride and derail, here he is:
                 


                                              THE REAL ROMNEY

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