Mitt, Take a Little Time Out

Ole Mitt is in a heap a trouble.  With his flip-flops on the issues, bizarro remarks – “the trees are the right height…I love the lakes and not just the great lakes but the little inland lakes…”, dismissive remarks, “and so my job is not to worry about those people (the 47% who don’t pay federal income tax because they are elderly, disabled, unemployed, homeless or poor – the most vulnerable in our society) —I’ll never convince them that they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives” and scary remarks: “corporations are people my friend” coupled with foreign policy gaffes, including insults to our British allies doubting they could pull of the Olympic games and a horribly reckless, politicized criticism of the Libyan embassy while it was under attack by terrorists, some Republican strategists are calling for an intervention.  But his handlers have responded by saying they are going to put him out there MORE.  This is exactly the opposite of what they should do.  Are his handlers secretly working for the DNC?  No, not more of Mitt, less of Mitt.  Mitt should disappear until the debates and resurface the day of the election.  He should take some time out (a stunningly beautiful song) at some of his vacation homes – maybe do the vacation home world tour and just kick back with a pair of flip flops.  The only way Mitt has a prayer to win is to stop campaigning.  If I were his strategist, I’d have Paul Ryan go campaigning around the Midwest with his mother and feature Joe the Plumber (who isn’t a plumber because he doesn’t have a license to plumb) as a guest speaker to plumb the crowd so to speak into a boilered frenzy, ending with chants of the candidate’s name misspelled – MIT MIT MIT.

2 Responses

  1. Amen! Please tell me you saw the piece where he is speaking to the LA Hispanic Chamber of Commerce sporting a spray tan that makes him look like a giant sweet potato.

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