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Thursday, March 04, 2004

Save Romney is a Fraud!

So Ben from Romney is a Fraud is considering dropping his blog in the wake of lightweight Republican Scott Brown's victory this week in a special State Senate election. RiaF, a blog that bills itself as "satirically tracking the Fraud Governor and his band of sidekicks," is one of my personal favorites since it frequently unearths juicy tidbits about the rotten people running my home state of Massachusetts. Following this defeat for the good guys, Ben is opening up to readers the question of whether RiaF should go on:

If you think "Romney is a Fraud" and Ben should live, send us a note with "Let 'em live" in the subject line.

And if you think we should pull the plug on the little guttersnipe, send us a note with "Rot in hell you bastard you" in the subject line.

Please join me in sending a "Let 'em live" message to Ben, whose email address is RomneyisaFraud [at] yahoo [dot] com. After all, where else could we learn that Mitt Romney's great-grandfather was a polygamist, apparently not a believer in "one woman-one man" as the "definition of marriage"? Or that Scott Brown was an underwear model in his younger days? Or that part of the MBTA web site inexplicably has its text in Latin?