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Published on Mar 29, 2012
Via The Atlantic: "An attempt at humor and friendly voter outreach backfired for Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney on Wednesday when he was roundly criticized by leading Democrats for joking that his father, George Romney, as an American Motors executive decades ago, once shut down a factory in Michigan and moved it to Wisconsin. Talking by conference call with thousands of Wisconsin voters on Wednesday, Romney recounted the factory-moving incident...".* Ana Kasparian, Jayar Jackson and former prosecutor Steve Oh discuss on The Young Turks.