Turn and Face the Strange: Mitt Romney's New Ad Campaign

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Turn and Face the Strange: Mitt Romney's New Ad Campaign

By Cindy Davis | Miscellaneous | September 20, 2012 | Comments ()


After Tuesday's release of secret video capturing a stunningly uncensored Mitt Romney, Republicans have decided to embrace the strange. A new ad campaign urges voters to "abandon hope," and targets America's wealthy and exclusionary voters.

Republican Presidential Candidate, Mitt Romney:

"There's plenty of places I can go, where people believe in me."

"I don't need any of this. I don't need you, I don't need anything. I don't need the forty-seven percent who will vote for the President no matter what. I don't need the victims--the entitled--the people who pay no income tax. I don't need the Hispanics or the women. I don't need you and I don't need anything."

"Except...I need the wealthy people to raise millions of dollars, and that's all I need. Just millions of dollars, and that's the only thing I need. I don't need Letterman, just millions of dollars.

"... And this team of extraordinarily experienced, highly successful consultants. The millions of dollars and this team of consultants, that's all I need. "

"...And the five to ten percent of undecided Independents in the center...that's all I need. Millions of dollars, a team and those Independents..."

"...And maybe a pre-election hostage crisis."

"That's all I need, millions of dollars, and this team of consultants, and the undecided Independents and a pre-election hostage crisis. That's all I need!"

Well, what are you looking at? What do you think I am, some kind of a jerk or something?


Abandon Hope, forget Forward, and vote for Mitt Romney, America's Elitist Jerk.

(This ad is probably not endorsed by Mitt Romney.)

h/t asd for his GIMP skills.

Cindy Davis is an Independent nutcase.

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  • BierceAmbrose

    That's funny.

  • Pookie

    See folks, the Republicans never had an answer for President Obama. They thought that they could roll out some octogenarian war monger and a half-baked ex governor and they would easily beat Obama. That wasn’t poor planning on their part, that was arrogance. And now four years later the Republicans still can’t figure this guy out, they had all the time in the world to come up with an answer, and what do they do? They send out some rich guy that may or may not have paid his taxes for the last ten years, they sent out a guy that has secret bank accounts in every country but his own, they sent out a guy that’s the spitting image of Thurston Howell III. At least with the original Mr. Howell he was more tethered to reality than this one. And now with less than fifty days until the election the Republicans are about to go full retard.

  • Thurston Howell III...brilliant!

  • Wembley

    My Litmus test for Politicians is "Would I buy a used car from him/her?"

    But, since I assume Mitt has people for that, how did he ever expect to win my vote? Oh right. He didn't. Because I'm a blight on the canker sore on America's posterior since i think healthcare should be (get ready to laugh) a right.

  • BierceAmbrose

    My Litmus test for Politicians is "Would I buy a used car from him/her?"

    Used to me mine, too then I ended up never voting for anyone.

  • Judge Holdenmynuts

    he was born a poor black child ...

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    He says that jokingly, but seriously, it'd be easier.

  • Salieri2

    Some Daily Dish commenter has decided Mitt's new Delta Tau Chi name shall be: "Money Boo Boo." I like it. It sings to me.

  • googergieger


    Dude IS a millionaire. But to be fair, one shouldn't say they don't understand why the chicken crossed the road to begin with. I mean what are you? A jerk? Don't get me started.

  • Maguita NYC

    Really mistook this as some C-Pac ad embracing the strange, and was expecting a link to the ad... My bad! Well done though, clearly not taken out of context.

  • KatSings

    (This ad is probably not endorsed by Mitt Romney.)
    That quote should set of the satire alarm bells, even if the rest of it doesn't.

  • Maguita NYC

    Yeah, for a minute there, I thought someone was finally getting honest.

    You never know with all those C-PACs running ads for one or the other.

  • Greedy

    News flash: not an actual ad campaign.

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