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Mitt Romney vs. The African Scammer



Mitt Romney How are you? This is Mitt

Lisa Jame: am fine and you too

Mitt Romney: Yep I was just squeezin my helmet, turning it purple. So what's going on in Nigeria?

Lisa Jame: everything is fine over here where are you from

Mitt Romney: USA you dumbass. I grew up in michigan, but I lived in massachusetts for some time.Now i want to live in washington DC

Lisa Jame: what is your full name

Mitt Romney: Mitt Romney

Lisa Jame: ok what do you do for al iving how old are you where do your parent live

Mitt Romney: well, I was a business man, but i wasn't so hot at that...so i am looking to enter a new field...maybe politics...rofl My dad was a politician in Michigan, he helped get most of my jobs.
Ok, so do you have a husband?

Lisa Jame: not yet

Mitt Romney: Do you know what mormons are?

Lisa Jame: what

Mitt Romney: Ok you'll fit right in So what are your wildest dreams?

Lisa Jame: to become some one good in life and you

Mitt Romney: lmao to be honest, I want to be President of the United States

Lisa Jame: wao that nice youworking towards it

Mitt Romney: I wish you had Hooked on Phonics. now that would be nice.but what do you do in Nigeria?

Lisa Jame: just doing a tourism for temporarilyi need people to help me

Mitt Romney: Your English is horrible, but what kind of help do you need?

Lisa Jame: friend

Mitt : Well, I am a working man, from a private sector background, so I still help people with smaller houses than me; how can I help?

Lisa Jame: anyway you can help i need lr or any card

Mitt Romney: what the fuck is that? ir or card?

Lisa Jame: liberty reserve or card

Mitt Romney: What's liberty reserve? Liberty is not reserved only for some. Liberty is for all under the great flag of the red white and blue....you see Nigeria only has only the white and green flag, and look where the green party in usa has gone


Lisa Jame: you don't know itok if you know you can help you can helpp me by given me the card

Mitt Romney : what is liberty reserve you dirty-haired low riding jeans liberal? Tell me what liberty reserve is?

Lisa Jame: are you bully me

Mitt Romney: suddenly, I don't like poor people

Lisa Jame: am i apoor person do you think because am asking for help you can call me a poor girl

Mitt Romney: Why do you need help if you're not poor? Are you camping on the Nigerian Wall Street or something? If so, this will hurt my image

Lisa Jame: you may go

Mitt Romney: Yeah, I hear that a lot.

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