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Video: Mitt Romney Getting His Dance on at ASU

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How can anyone say Arizona State University isn't a party school when there's a former Republican presidential candidate there dancing "Gangam Style"?

We told you last week that Mitt Romney would be at ASU over the weekend for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' "Young Single Adult" (YSA) conference, and it looks like the most exciting part was this lousy video clip of Romney dancing.

See also:
Mitt Romney Scheduled to Speak at LDS Church Conference at ASU

Sorry about those 18 seconds you'll never get back.

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