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  1. #1 A Drunk DEMOCRAT City Councilman Caught Stealing ROMNEY Signs, Then... 
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ean-field.html

    A 19-year-old Pennsylvania councilman is in jail after he drunkenly stole Mitt Romney campaign signs from a neighbor's lawn and then drove his car through a soybean field, destroying an acre of crops, according to police.

    Kyle Bower, a 19-year-old Pennsylvania councilman, drunkenly stole Romney campaign signs and drove his car through a soybean field, destroying an acre of crops, according to police



    Young Kyle Bower's alcohol-fueled joyride was cut short when his car got stuck in the field and Bower, the youngest elected official in the tiny town of Alburtis, decided to abandon it -- leaving the campaign signs and a couple empty beer bottles inside.
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    Lads got a bright future! Fast track him to the Presidential ticket.
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    You have to wonder about a community when they vote for a 19 year old to be on their council. I'm not saying that there aren't the occasional exceptional 19 year olds out there, but they really must not have many adults interested in running for office.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    You have to wonder about a community when they vote for a 19 year old to be on their council. I'm not saying that there aren't the occasional exceptional 19 year olds out there, but they really must not have many adults interested in running for office.
    Especially a 19 year old with a criminal record who was obviously drinking under age. Fine example he's setting for the youth of his community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Especially a 19 year old with a criminal record who was obviously drinking under age. Fine example he's setting for the youth of his community.
    Makes you wonder what the electorate is like in that part of Pennsylvania.
     

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