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Voters: Yeah, We Really Don't Care What Romney Did In High School

trapper1771 Wrote: May 23, 2012 10:35 PM
normally, I would not waste my time responding to you. Never claimed that our company is involved in the health care industry - food industry is more like it. No - do not have as much money as romney - don't want it. Also, what we do have, we keep in the U.S. - we do not ship our money overseas to the Cayman Islands or to Swiss bank accounts. WE KEEP OUR MONEY IN THE U.S. to support the citizens of the U.S. You make me sick t!tt

The best part?  This poll was commissioned by the very newspaper that ran the now-infamous 5,500-word 'bully' story on its front page a few weeks ago.  Sorry, WaPo -- voters aren't buying what you're selling.  Hit piece fail:
 

Most Americans by far dismiss the relevance of accusations that Mitt Romney bullied a high-school classmate, calling it off-point in the election debate – and indicating they’d say the same about Barack Obama’s behavior as a high-school student, as well. Three-quarters in this ABC News/Washington Post poll say the account of Romney’s high school behavior is...