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Dreams from My Father, Okay?: The Secret Memoir of Mitt Romney
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on February 13, 2013
This is a spoof on Mitt Romney and am unsure where the author got the idea for this less than interesting read. Save your coin and skip it unless you really need to waste an hour.
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on June 1, 2012
Ahhh, how fun it is to have fun at the expense of somebody I find so repellant! (Though 'repellant' is too colorful a word for Romney; his blandness is just another reason to hate him.) This purports to be the secret memoir of the "real" Mitt Romney--and thus does a brilliant job of lampooning the dullest guy in politics. Romney's blandness leaves the 'editor' (writer John Sedgwick) a blank slate upon which to draw a very funny portrait of The Man and His Hair... Ironically enough, it actually gives him some personality; I like *this* Mitt better than the real one. (Still wouldn't vote for him, though.)
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on August 14, 2012
The left is very predictable, it is only in their small world that a successful businessman and the free market that helps millions of people reach their dreams are evil; this clearly is a desperate case of trying to help a presidency that's been a disaster.

In a complete contrast, the documentary Dreams From My Real Father: A Story of Reds and Deception is an eye opener that helps understand why Obama policies have created a bigger government, more unemployment and more government regulation.
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