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Spotted today on a vehicle with Kansas plates on U.S. Highway 50, west of Jefferson City, Missouri:

Calvin and Hobbesism (left) and Hope and Stay the Course (right).


Reportedly from a Mitt Romney (r) press availability today:

Question: When you did an interview with Sean Hannity in February, you said that you believed that Obama is trying to make America a less Christian nation. It was responding to quote that he had just played for you on the radio. Do you stand by that? And do you believe that President Obama’s world view was shaped by Reverend Wright and do you see evidence of that in his policies?

Mitt Romney: I’m not familiar precisely with what I said, but I’ll stand by what I said whatever it was.

Mitt Romney (r), on Sean Hannity’s (r) radio show, February 7, 2012:

Mitt Romney (r): ….I, I, I, uh, I think again that, that the president, uh, takes his, his, uh, philosophical leanings in this regard, uh, not from those who are, uh, uh, ardent, uh, believers in, in various faiths but instead from, from those who would like to see America more secular. [crosstalk] And I’m not sure which is worse, uh, him listening to Reverend Wright or him, him saying that, uh, uh, that we, uh, we must be a, a less, uh, Christian nation….

Throw everything against the wall, and see if anything sticks. It’s the republican way.

“…I’m not familiar precisely with what I said…”

He can’t remember haircuts, either.