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He once told the Maine NAACP to “kiss my butt,” and vowed to tell President Obama to “go to hell.” He also accused a Democratic lawmaker of having “no brains” and being “the first one to give it to the people without providing Vaseline.” Lance Dutson, a Republican consultant who runs the Get Right Maine website, which seeks to restore a more moderate brand of Republicanism in Maine, described Le Page’s latest remark in a blog post as “one of the most offensive statements yet from this governor.” Jason Savage, executive director of the Maine Republican Party, refused to comment on the governor’s remarks. “We don’t respond to attacks from disgruntled former staffers,” Savage said.
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