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PT - MSM continues to ignore Romney Cop Impersonation Story


An investigative piece in the NYT will ripple throught the MSM
So far the NYT has turned a blind eye to the Mitt Romney cop impersonation story
The Boston Globe has covered the Mitt Romney cop impersonation story
Mitt's misdemeanor behavior has been infrequently noted on MSNBC
Mitt's state trooper impersonation story has spread widely on the Web
 But absent a NYT story it lacks the legs it needs to impact the campaign
I have little doubt that the NYT will bestir itself and cover
Mitt's proclivity to imitate cops
When the NYT grabs this story it will be at least as big
as the huge story they did on McCain's gambling
Because the story reveals Mitt as more than a boy bully
it could also be a game changer
Mitt's campaign refused to comment on the 
Globe article on Mitt's cop impersonation

Here is are two key statements from the Boston Globe article
"People who impersonate police officers 
often long to be an authority figure. 
There is an underlying psychology of those people 
that they are power hungry.”
"If you did wear a police officer uniform and badge 
in California, you were arrested 
and could be prosecuted and convicted."

Link to Boston Globe Story on Mitt's Cop Impersonation activities 

Mitt's campaign has no comment on the Romney Cop Impersonation story

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