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Old 09-27-2012, 10:11 AM
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Rachel Maddow demonstrates that contrary to Mitt Romney's claim that his campaign corrects or removes anything "amiss" in his ads ...

Rachel Maddow took a look at a CNN interview with Romney in which he was asked if he played "fast and loose" with the facts in his advertising and interviews.

Answered Romney: "We've been absolutely spot on. And anytime there's been anything that's been amiss we correct it or remove it."

Well, last night Rachel Maddow blew that claim out of the water.


Romney...Liar is thy name
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Old 09-27-2012, 03:51 PM
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What about Obama and his UN Rep. Rice? They knew after 24 hours that the embassy was attacked by terrorists and still kept
saying it was not a terrorist attack.
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