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There's so, so much. But you people- you liberals- just don't want to accept the love that Romney is giving to you. In spades. You're so consumed by class warfare that you OVERlook his OVERtures of Love.

There are so many. How could you miss them?

Romney loves Jim Lehrer and PBS. In fact, he told him so right before explaining why he would fire the guy. If you don't believe me, just ask Colbert.

Romney may have wanted Detroit to go bankrupt (a managed bankruptcy with no direct federal aid, of course, but still!), but as Mitt patiently explained to you people tonight, he Loves American Cars! "I love cars, American cars. I was born in Detroit."
"So wrote Mitt Romney in a November 18, 2008, New York Times op-ed, less than two years after he launched his first presidential campaign at the Henry Ford Museum, standing in front of an old AMC Rambler. And then he called on the U.S. government to let the Big Three auto companies fall into bankruptcy."

Tonight, in response to Obama's insistence on highlighting the importance of science research two debates in a row, Romney was forced to tell you people what you should already know: He "loves Research!"

Romney loves Big Bird. So much so, that he's decided to make Big Bird into a Chik-Fil-A sandwich. Who can then use the profits to support real, traditional "love"...between a man and a woman, as the Bible intended.

Romney loves teachers. In fact, he said it twice tonight so you liberals wouldn't miss it the first time. Sure, Romney said on the campaign trail that we don't need "more teachers and firefighters", but that's just because he loves the ones we have so much already. But for some reason, they released a statement tonight saying that they don't love him back. They must be liberals or something.

Romney also loves education. Didn't you hear him take credit for the state of MA tonight? He will shower his Love upon college students by allowing the privatization of the student loan industry again. Sure, the interest rates are higher, but that will just encourage students to "take a loan from Mom and Dad". the folks who Love you most.

So you see, whenever Romney says he wants to fire or eliminate something, it's Love! Tough Love, to be specific. (Romney doesn't like specifics, or else he'd tell you that detail himself)

So, if you really think about it....Romney clearly loves 47% of the country. Just like he loves Big Bird, research, American cars, women, PBS, education, student loans, teachers, and Jim Lehrer.

It's just a wonder that nearly half of America is so innocent and pure that they tell pollsters they love Mitt right back.

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