Written by b kenneth mcgee
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Topics: Mitt Romney

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

The Romney campaign issued a statement this morning criticizing the criticizer's of the campaign, who state they are not telling the truth. "Our campaign is not run by fact checkers; it is run by check writers. Neither one has anything to do with our little dog Checkers."

The statement continued: "This fact checking thingy is an invention of the biased liberal media. It was invented for one reason and one reason only and that is to tell bold faced truths based on their bold faced lie and that lie is the truth shall set you free. In fact, most times fact checkers are muckrakers, backstabbers, and moonwalkers. We will not be dictated to by the likes of these risk takers."

When the Romney spokesman finished reading the statement he abruptly left the podium.

According to the Associated Press an angry reporter from the New York Times cornered him in the hallway and shouted: "This is insane! You people are nuts! The American people deserve better than this!"

According to the report, the spokesman hurried to an elevator and called out nervously,

"I'm late, I'm late for
A very important date.
No time to say hello, good-bye,
I'm late, I'm late, I'm late
I'm late and when I wave,
I lose the time I save."

In late breaking news the Romney campaign has announced today that internal polls are showing Governor Romney leading President Obama 98%-2% among likely African American voters.

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