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From the Will Rogers quote, \x34All politics is applesauce.\x34
The top 10 political quotes of 2012
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Dec. 29, 2012 11:15 a.m.





According to Aaron Blake of the Washington Post, the honors for the 10 most memorable political utterances of the year go to Barack Obama, Mitt Romney (twice), Joe Biden, George W. Bush,  Newt Gingrich, Todd Aiken, Former Florida GOP Chairman Tom Slade, Romney campaign adviser Eric Fehrnstrom and Clint Eastwood.

Check them out HERE.

Meanwhile, I can think of lots of other quotes that are at least as memorable as some of those on Blake’s list.

The shortest of them is Rick Perry’s “Oops,” which did a lot to end his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.

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