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Should there be a limit on the number of lies Mitt Romney can tell?

 
Prior to and since Mitt became the Republican nominee for President he’s found it acceptable to spew forth a multitude of outright lies about Obama, some of which are as follows:
  1. Obama apologized to the terrorists that killed the U.S. Ambassador to Libya and others rather than condemn their conduct
  2. Obama took action to eliminate the work requirement for receiving welfare
  3. Obama has not created any new jobs during his presidency
  4. Obama has caused massive defense cuts (actually went from $594 to $666 billion in 2008 and up to $739 in 2011)
  5. Obama went on a worldwide apology trip
Because Mitt is an attorney (graduated from Harvard Law) it’s reasonable to expect he’s lying when his lips are moving. However, shouldn’t there be a limit on how many lies he can tell in his zeal win the election?
 
During a recent interview on Fox News, Mitt was asked what he thought was an appropriate number of lies to tell over a two-day period of time. Mitt’s response is pictured to the right.
 
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