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It’s going to be a long couple months at “The Villages”

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Now the White House is just f**cking with the retiree base that form Mitt’s base:

The president believes as much that God should be taken off a coin as he does that aliens will attack Florida.”

That’s the response from Obama campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki to Mitt Romney’s apparent suggestion at a Virginia Beach, Va., rally on Saturday that Democrats hope to take “In God We Trust” off American money. There is no such effort.

Romney’s implication was puerile even for a Steve King-type but Mitt was probably distracted by his pending bromance with David Gregory. I suppose post-interview planning on who you’ll baptize together can be distracting [I bet it was John Chancellor].

But refuting it by saying it is as unlikely to happen as aliens attacking Florida is going to cause an Orson Welles-like panic among Romney’s base. Oh well, another reason to buy gold I guess.

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