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Santorum stands in for Romney dog on mag cover

You may remember Seamus, the family dog Mitt Romney stowed in a carrier on the roof of his car during a family road trip. Though the incident happened in 1983, the story lingers on in Romney lore, and is often used by political opponents to illustrate the GOP presidential hopeful's lack of human feeling.This week, The New Yorker is presenting its own take on the tale, with a cartoon cover from art
The New Yorker

You may remember Seamus, the family dog Mitt Romney stowed in a carrier on the roof of his car during a family road trip. Though the incident happened in 1983, the story lingers on in Romney lore, and is often used by political opponents to illustrate the GOP presidential hopeful's lack of human feeling.

This week, The New Yorker is presenting its own take on the tale, with a cartoon cover from artist Bob Staake starring Rick Santorum as Seamus' stand-in.

The New Yorker

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