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The bartender did it: Man behind Romney '47 percent' video goes public

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This preview of MSNBC's "The Ed Show" teases the Wednesday broadcast when the man who shot the now-infamous video of presidential candidate Mitt Romney talking about the "47 percent" will come forward.

"But in the end I really felt like it had to be put out," the as-yet unidentified man said. "I felt I owed it to the people that couldn't afford to be there themselves to hear what he really thought."

Mother Jones broke the story just before the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, causing a furor and debate over what Romney meant and what the true divide in the nation was. Romney would backpedal his statement, but later embrace the thoughts again following his loss in the general election.

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