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Romney’s Nice Lawn
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In quite a piece of investigative reporting, the Boston Globe discovers that Mitt Romney had illegal immigrants working on his lawn–the newspaper even tracked down some of the former lawn workers in Gautemala:

For about eight years, Rosales said, he worked on and off landscaping the grounds at Romney's home, occasionally getting a "buenos dias" from Romney or a drink of water from his wife, Ann.

"She is very nice," said Rosales, 49.

About 6 miles away in Copado, a 37-year-old man who recently returned to Guatemala from the United States told a similar story, describing long days tending Romney's 2 1/2-acre grounds.

"They wanted that house to look really nice," said the worker, who asked to remain anonymous. "It took a long time."

Somehow, I can't see this December '06 surprise hurting Romney 13 months from now.

Via the Corner.

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