And look where it gets him.

The Uptown Daily Worker has this: A Mood of Gloom Afflicts the Romney Campaign

Yes, debt is a huge problem, but 11 million is chump change to a man with a car elevator.

David Brooks calls you Thurston Howell. Yeah, that’s gonna leave a mark-ouchie

Struggles to Steady… nice alliteration

I leave it to the Princess of the Political Putdown Peggy Noonan: “This is not how big leaders talk, it’s how shallow campaign operatives talk.” Me-f’ing-ow.

The best part is we haven’t even gotten to the guy whose house he said all this at. Dude gives wild parties, and people say the GOP isn’t any fun.


Who doesn’t like to twirl flaming torches to booming beats? I do, I do!

Surely there is a reasonable explanation for these  bacchanals at the $500,000 a MONTH rental. I refer you to our trusty friends at Page Six. Marc  “has been on a partying jag since his wife of 22 years, Lisa, cheated on him with a 23-year-old tennis instructor in 2009. A rep for Leder didn’t get back to us.” 

I love politics.

PS: I’d like a “Let Mitt be Mitt” button.. just saying oh ye button making goddesses.

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5 Responses to Let Mitt be Mitt

  1. JMPrince says:

    For your viewing pleasure: Lucille Bluth (Jessica Walter) Channeling Willard ‘Mitt’ Romney on the Twitter:

    Yes all quotes are as reported direct from Mitt’s mouth. If only the GOP had a cunning plan to kidnap the man until election day & hide him some place discreetly where he’d cause himself no more trouble & harm. He’d be doing a whole lot better in the polls. JMP

  2. Tim Cairl says:

    A couple of the link no worky

  3. JMPrince says:

    And in honor of Willard’s visit here to glean some more moola comes these definitive take downs on this generational Bad Idea:

    Via Jeffrey Frankel, with Lots of meaty linkage:
    “Mitt Romney Rejects His Natural Voters”

    And the fun one from Charlie Pierce of Esquire fame:
    “I’m Mitt Romney, bitches, and I’m all you got left:”


  4. JMPrince says:

    The eternal idiocy of the frame & the question lies in this:

    “Was Mitt Romney a Member of the 47 Percent?” Yep. Seems likely:

    And here, it’s called Government. It’s how it works:

    David Brooks:

    “The people who receive the disproportionate share of government spending are not big-government lovers. They are Republicans. They are senior citizens. They are white men with high school degrees”.

    But best summed up best by The Onion:

    “First and foremost, I would like to offer a heartfelt apology to all the whores, junkies, bums, and grime-covered derelicts out there who make up nearly half our nation,” a visibly contrite and solemn Romney said outside a campaign stop at a local high school. “Let me assure you that I in no way meant to offend any of the putrid-smelling, barefoot masses out there. My campaign is not about dividing this nation, but about bringing all sides together—the rich, elegant members of the upper class, as well as the 47 percent who are covered in flies and eat directly from back-alley dumpsters.”

    “I am fully committed to building a better future for every American,” Romney continued, “and that means ensuring all 150 million grease-and-urine-soaked members of our society get a fair shake.”

    You almost can’t make this stuff up! JMP