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Montana Gov: Romney’s got deep Hispanic roots!

April 20, 2012

The Republican candidate, who was born in Mexico…

The Daily Beast contacted the office of Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer today to talk about whether his state would be in play in the 2012 presidential election. About a half hour later, the governor called back, and he had a lot to say. He didn’t think that Montana would be a swing state, but the Democrat did say that Mitt Romney could have issues nationally because his father was “born on a polygamy commune in Mexico.”

Okay, so that “polygamy commune” part might be a little off-message. Still, the fact remains: Romney’s dad was born in Mexico.

Does he have dual citizenship, I wonder? What are the rules on that?

And, hey, all you liberals, don’t you want to have the same fun we’ve had casting doubt on the president’s “natural born citizen” status? You should get on board!

The nation’s first Hispanic president! Sort of. What are you Democrats, racists or something? Why’s this Montana governor saying Romney “could have issues nationally” with his Mexican roots?

Meanwhile, the polygamist demographic continues to be without a champion in the race. Both sides are turning them away.

Memeorandum.

One Comment
  1. April 20, 2012 8:22 pm

    I don’t see what the problem or controversy is. Hasn’t the Supreme court already ruled that this is a privacy issue between the assorted consenting adults? Marriage has been twisted and redefined like a thing of wax. Just like the founding fathers intended. Right?

    Two men, two women, three, four, five, whatever.

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