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From The Ed Show:
For months, the identity of the person who recorded Mitt Romney’s infamous 47% remarks at a $50,000-per-person fundraising dinner during the presidential campaign remained a mystery.
That was until Wednesday night during an exclusive interview with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz. Scott Prouty said he wrestled with whether or not to go public with the tape for a few weeks
(Photo credit: The Ed Show)

From The Ed Show:

For months, the identity of the person who recorded Mitt Romney’s infamous 47% remarks at a $50,000-per-person fundraising dinner during the presidential campaign remained a mystery.

That was until Wednesday night during an exclusive interview with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz. Scott Prouty said he wrestled with whether or not to go public with the tape for a few weeks

(Photo credit: The Ed Show)

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    Scott Prouty is a bas***d! Thanks for ruining the country, you bas***d!
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    His story was epic. I’ve watched 3 times last night. Kudos to his courage and the sense of social justice.
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    That’s it for you Scott Prouty! Mitt knows who you are now! He’s going to find you, take you to his back room, grin you...
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