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Dear Republicans, Remember When You Said This About Mitt Romney? (VIDEO)

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Politics is an ugly business, where personal allegiances are often tenuous at best. This detail has been on full display throughout the six-year presidential campaign of Republican Mitt Romney, a stretch that has given top figures from the former Massachusetts governor's own party plenty of time to explain why they think he's not a good choice for president. YouTube user pangeajoker released a video mashup earlier this year compiling some of their most enthusiastic attacks, including from a number of Republicans now campaigning for Romney. A re-post of that video has since gone viral, thanks in part to repeated promotions by comedian Rob Delaney. Some of this criticism might sound familiar from the presidential campaign in the past months, but you're certainly not hearing it from these people anymore.

This post has been updated to include the original video, uploaded by pangeajoker.

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