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The Humor of Mitt Romney…

Picked this off the Daily Kos. Listening to Mitt’s actual words over the cartoon is a gas:

Quote of the Day – The Value of Donald Trump’s Endorsement

After Santorum won all three primaries/caucuses yesterday and Mitt came in really far behind, Donald Trump, who had claimed credit for Mitt’s Nevada win, told CNN he was puzzled:

Rick Santorum was a sitting senator who in re-election lost by 19 points, to my knowledge the most in the history of this country for a sitting senator to lose by 19 points. It’s unheard of. Then he goes out and says oh ‘okay’ I just lost by the biggest margin in history and now I’m going to run for president. Tell me, how does that work? … That’s like me saying I just failed a test. Now I’m going to apply for admission to the Wharton School of Finance. Okay? He just failed a test…. And now he’s going to run for president. So, I don’t get Rick Santorum. I don’t get that whole thing.”

Looks like The Donald’s political expertise is somewhat questionable. Do you think Mitt won Nevada for some other reason than Trump’s endorsement?

btchakir:

As usual, Mitt will do ANYTHING whether he believes in it or not.  Thanks, Moe.

Originally posted on Whatever Works:

The Mormon Church has  always opposed gambling in every form, including government-sponsored  lotteries.

Mormon  prophets and leaders have counseled the members over time, to  avoid gambling of any type. Doing so, leads one away from righteousness and  into the hands of Satan. The Mormon belief is that it is an addictive behavior and leads only to destructive habits and  practices. It undermines the value of work and motivates one to think that they  can get something for nothing. In time, the gambler will deny themselves, as  well as their family the basic needs of life. They will oft times steal from  others to finance their addiction, which in turn leads to stealing, robbery,  etc.

From here.

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Cartoon(s) of the Week – Primaries Continue (does this ever end?)

David Horsey in the L A Times:

Makes me yearn for baseball season…

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Joel Pett in the Lexington Herald Leader:

Self promotion has it’s dangers…

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Kevin Siers in the Charlotte Observer:

When you get swallowed whole, it’s time to reconsider…

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Jeff Stahler at Sunshine State News:

…and a divided party?

Florida is voting today… we’ll see the results tonight.

“The Truth is the New Lie.”

- a line from the Canadian TV Series Slings & Arrows.

What is Truth? What is a Lie? We have been listening to Mitt and Newt go after each other, accusing each other of lying with statements that are obviously true. The assumption is that the voters will believe anything they say.

The upsetting thing is that so many of them will.

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