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Published: Thursday, Nov. 24 2011 7:00 p.m. MST

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Springville, UT

100% plastic.

Salt Lake City, UT

When a nation is actually concerned about a presidential candidate's hair style and his religion, more than his ability to command, one has to conclude that its voters may not have the intellectual competence to navigate their way around the voting booth.

David King
Layton, UT

"Fundamental questions...are off the table in our mainstream media which focuses our attention on trivialities and phony debates as we march toward oblivion. This is the deadening consensus that crosses party lines, that dominates our major media, and that is strangling the liberty and prosperity that were once the birthright of Americans."
-Ron Paul

no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Romney is one of the numerous "$500 haircut, $1,000 suit" professional politicians that American voters are having a great deal of trouble relating to. He's always touting himself as a businessman, when in reality, he continues, year after year, to run for public office.
Gotta look pretty for that staring role he is pursuing!

West Hills, CA

no fit in SG:

I sincerely doubt Mitt pays $500 for a haircut. He's always been known as a pretty thrifty guy. While studying at Harvard, he toted around a well used briefcase with his father's initials. At first, his classmates thought he was showing off, but finally agreed that he was just being thrifty.

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