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Topics: Mitt Romney, Poland

Monday, 30 July 2012

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney had hoped for better after his disastrous trip to the UK. He visited Poland yesterday and addressed the crowd at the airport with the following: "How many Polacks does it take to…?"

The Associated Press is reporting he never finished the sentence and the smile on his face grew grim when someone threw a foot long Kielbasa at him. Romney regained his composure, smiled broadly and said, "I never sau-sage a thing!" The crowd booed and shook their fists.

"Can't you people take a joke," said Romney. "Some of my best janitors have been Pola"….and three more Kielbasas hit the aircraft door.

Romney, not one to be deterred, tried one more time before he ducked back inside the plane. "You and your people have brought a wonderful heritage to our shores," he hesitated, "we love pole dancing!"

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