Political humor was on tap and in no short supply at the annual South Boston Saint Patrick's Day Breakfast yesterday. The gathering is Boston's premiere venue for a mix of politics and laughs. It was the last St. Patty's day roast in Southie for Governor Mitt Romney, who is testing the waters for a run at the presidency. Romney and those who would succeed him as governor bore the brunt of most of the jokes, as Fred Thys reports.
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