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One New York Times Columnist Just Can't Stop Writing About The Dog Romney Once Put On His Car Roof

Gail Collins, a New York Times columnist is obsessed with one topic: Romney's former Irish Setter, Seamus. Infamously, Mitt Romney took a road trip to Canada in the 1980s and put his dog Seamus in a kennel on the roof of his car. At one point, the dog got diarrhea which ran down the windows of the car, and Romney had to pull over and hose everything down. Media people were noticing her obsession as far back as last December.
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