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    Oven Mitt Romney


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Jeannette Welsh of Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania, describes herself as leaning Democratic and says she picked up a pair of Oven Mitt Romney mitts to have a little political fun in the kitchen, regardless of whether Romney won or lost the election. 'Because of the economy and the direction of the country, I became very interested in the Republican primary and the characters that the GOP offered for solutions,' she said. Oven Mitt Romney proved a good companion while cooking Thanksgiving dinner for a group of 45 family members and friends. 'We rented a fire hall that was local to us so that we could all be together.' She hopes to keep Oven Mitt Romney busy. 'My husband and I will continue to post pictures of Oven Mitt Romney doing different things because we want to be job creators,' she says.
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    Since he lost the election, we have been inspired to be job creators for our Oven Mitt Romney... here he is helping out with the Thanksgiving cooking... we love finding interesting things for Oven Mitt Romney to do! thanks, Jeannette Welsh Pen Argyl PA

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