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