Timothy Stanley writes on Theatlantic.com about Mitt Romney's Mormon-derived Jewy vibe (Goldblog is an expert on that Mormon-Jewy vibe):

The former Massachusetts governor has even picked up some lingo from members of the tribe, as Jews sometimes refer to themselves. In a speech at Yeshiva University in April 2007, Romney said will to succeed at Bain despite his outsider status was pure "chutzpah."

Actually MoTs just say MoT. And I'm not sure using the word "chutzpah" is proof enough of a candidate's Jewiness. Although pronouncing it correctly gets you points, as Michele Bachmann learned, the hard way:

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