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A "Mitt mitt" on Super Tuesday. (Source: Getty Images)

Super Thursday

Feb 7, 2008

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Barrie Hardymon

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I'm newly back from a Super Tuesday trip to Governor Romney's headquarters (his night was decidedly un-super). I've stayed up late before — I'm no prude — but for some reason the fluorescent lights 'till 3AM really did me in. I need toothpicks to prop up my eyelids. So if you're looking for any wisdom in this space, you're outta luck. However, I did have one question all — the campaign prop that the Romney campaign handed out was the inevitable "Mitt mitt." (Also some red inflatable things that looked kind of obscene.) Design a campaign prop for your candidate — cookies for Hillary, a miniature bus (straight talkin', of course) for McCain? Be creative. Or silly. We don't care which.

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