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Thought process behind controversial Romney billboard

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(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – It's a billboard on Dorchester Avenue that only survived 24 hours. It sparked controversy for taking aim at Mitt Romney, featuring the Republican presidential nominee alongside the statement "if cheating on your taxes is OK, so is ashleymadison.com."
    
For those of you who don't know, the website is geared toward setting up casual encounters or extramarital affairs for people already relationships. The man behind the billboard, Noel Biderman, CEO of ashleymadison.com, recently joined the FOX 25 Morning News from our Beacon Hill studio.

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