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Mitt Romney's past Fascination with Impersonating (Michigan State Troopers) LEO's

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LanaNJ

about 2 years ago

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Source: MSNBC +Cross Ref'd w/6 other articles


June 08, 2012


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    Anonymous

    about 2 years ago

    Exactly Matt.I am painting with a broad brush.Pols of both sides of the aisle are every bit as believeable as a used car salesman.

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    mz66

    about 2 years ago

    3902 Comments

    Hm. Okay, I get it. It's okay for politicians to impersonate LEOs because lying is in a politician's job description. Geez--I started this reply all sarcastic and then realized you're 100% right. WTF! :)

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    Anonymous

    about 2 years ago

    Hmm.No doubt a failed attempt at impersonating an officer.It is required of Officers to maintain some modecum of honesty which is not required or expected of politicians.Interesting though,we have had a gentleman at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,for over three years failing in his attempt to impersonate a president.

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    mz66

    about 2 years ago

    3902 Comments

    Well, I hear Detroit's having budget issues and might need to cut police officers. Maybe Romney can help out. ;)

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    ajsdaddyBPD

    about 2 years ago

    3118 Comments

    Lol well Matt I have to do this. The next thing you know the propagandists will be going after the police officer from the Village People. Where is the feigned moral outrage there?

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    mz66

    about 2 years ago

    3902 Comments

    Although I agree that the documentation is scant (all 7 sources referred back to one blogger's opinion and heresay from a "tell-all" biography), I am not really surprised and it is totally and completely believable.

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    ajsdaddyBPD

    about 2 years ago

    3118 Comments

    Hmmmm I am sorry but which branch of service did our current POTUS sign up for? Dodged the draft? Really? Wow the lengths the left will go to nowadays when they perceive a credible threat. It is just going to get worse as the election nears and the dnc figures out it is backing a loser.

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    LanaNJ

    about 2 years ago

    6990 Comments

    The Purpose of posting this article(and the other) is to show a man with a Quest for Power, but a man that's not willing to go the whole nine yards to get it. I assert that view b/c Romney Dodged the Draft. IMHO, I Guess Mittens felt a little slighted he didn't get to wear our countries uniform while peddling around on his bike in France while Real men fought War.

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    LanaNJ

    about 2 years ago

    6990 Comments

    Wt259, Maybe the Face Palm was aimed at the subject of the article. You've mentioned quite a few people that we automatically will all discredit now that you gave it a Mention. (That's what you would like, Right?) Or was the comment fueled by the possibility to do the norm routine Rant about the President Obama followed with your conjecture that has nothing to do with the price of China?

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    wt259

    about 2 years ago

    418 Comments

    Ho-hum. No proof, other than the "word" of some "former classmates"? Brought to you by a totally credible source, none other than Larry O'Donnell, another one of MSDNC's "brain trust". More he said, that he said, that he might have seen.
    A white Rambler passing as an MSP cruiser? I highly doubt it.
    And, the National Memo? LOL. An outfit that uses E J Dionne, Carl Hiasson, Leonard Pitts, Jr., Jonathon Alter, and Cynthia Tucker, among others? Really? The same outfit who bemoaned that "Punitive Immigration Laws Seem Likely to Expand"? Really, punitive immigration laws?
    But, I agree, this article definitely deserves a facepalm.

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    mz66

    about 2 years ago

    3902 Comments

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