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Crazy Talk: Dog Not On the Menu

John McCain took a swipe at President Barack Obama on Twitter Thursday afternoon related to some of the President's policy positions with which he disagrees. Wait, no, scratch that... He actually chose instead to tease Obama about the passage from Dreams with My Father in which the president describes eating various meats, including dog. When he was a child without any say in the matter, living in Indonesia, where it was culturally acceptable.
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