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Mitt Romney Makes Jokes Along Campaign Trail (VIDEO)

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Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has been full of forced laughter this primary season. As Rick Santorum closes in on his lead, Romney sometimes shows how real and funny he is by filling airtime with cheesy, awkward, inappropriate jokes--much to our enjoyment.

During the candidate’s introduction at the Arizona primary debate, Romney quoted Seinfeld’s George Costanza after the audience applauded him. In New Hampshire, he exclaimed “I guess I lost” after Jon Huntsman spoke Chinese mid-debate.

At a coffee shop in Florida, Romney joked to a group of unemployed locals that he too is unemployed--an unconventional way for a multi-millionaire to win votes.

Check out some of Romney’s gems in the video mashup above and let us know which one is the most hilariously awful.

Below, a slideshow looking back at some of Romney's awkward moments.

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