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Published on May 1, 2012
February 23, 2004 - George W. Bush, in a campaign speech to the Republican Governor's Association, brags about removing Saddam Hussein from power then turns it into a partisan attack by saying that "others" wouldn't have done the same thing. Mitt Romney, who was the Chairman of the RGA at the time, did not seem to object to the "spiking of the football," or its being turned into an attack on political opponents.