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Romney Campaign to Distribute Cheesy Putters in Wisconsin

Oct 24, 2012

 

Sheboygan, WI - "This is one wedge you don't ever want to slice," joked presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, in announcing that his campaign would give every golfer in Wisconsin the new Odyssey "2 Wheel" putter featuring an aged cheddar cheese wedge insert. "It's a really sharp putter," added Romney, "and like me it gets even better with age."

The putters will be distributed to all Wisconsin golfers with a valid country club photo id.    

Romney denied press reports that the Odyssey putter insert contained cheddar cheese imported from China. "The only mold on our putters is American mold," asserted the former Massachusetts governor.

 

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