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The Peanut Butter Cup Candidate



Is it possible that in Attorney General Mark Shurtleff’s 2010 Senate Campaign, that he failed to list among his credentials, being a Reese’s Peanut Butter spokesperson? Is this grainy footage (courtesy of the Sausage Grinder) to be trusted? And if so, why isn’t Shurtleff touting this video on his campaign website?---

It seems YouTube videos tend to be coming back to haunt more and more public officials these days—like the Logan police chief, featured in a video lending his nunchuks to some friendly youth for the purposes of a self-inflicted ass whooping (those crazy kids). But this revelation is an election game changer. Any past associations with such delicious treats is something that chocolate and peanut butter loving constituents need to know about.


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