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Mick Foley Demonstrates His Political Persuasion

by MariShapiro   March 17, 2010 at 10:15AM  |  Views: 81

Politicians never take the same stand on an issue, simply because it's boring, or at least that's what they think over at The Daily Show. The constant flip flopping in politics is compared to the change in plots that manages to keep professional wrestling so entertaining. To make their case, Mick Foley appears on the show as a special guest to prove just how easy it is to be on either side of a debate.

 

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