So this actually happened. Mitt Romney took to Twitter, calling for South Carolina to remove the confederate flag from the capital after the terror attack in Charleston. For once, Mitt actually has a good point and President Obama agrees.
Two-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney is gearing up for a third run at the Oval Office, aides close to the former Massachusetts governor tell reporters, busily courting donors and laying out a message that will convince voters that the third time really is the charm.
Apparently, if you live a good, clean, righteous, Mitt Romney life, you look pretty good with your shirt off when you’re 68 years old, not to mention fit enough to go a couple of rounds in an exhibition boxing match against five-time World Heavyweight Champion Evander Holyfield.
I’m 35 and not only is Mitt Romney in better shape than me, but he has less gray hair, even though he’s been married for over 45 years, raised five sons, served a term as Governor of Massachusetts, saved the 2002 Winter Olympics from scandal, and survived two unsuccessful campaigns for the Presidency.
Obama then reached into his silk suit pocket, pulled out two sezed 11 ballet shoes, and slipped them on. He raised his arms gracefully into perfect poise, and bounded off on his tippy toes. Before he pirouetted out the door, he glanced back over his shoulder, and Mitt Romney was looking back at him with desperate pleading. And Obama said, “bitch, i’m da prez” and left.
“The only people that want war are those that profit from it and don’t have to pay the price paid by those that have to fight them and pay for them. When I see pictures of Mitt Romney protesting in support of the Vietnam war while getting deferment after deferment to avoid service it makes my head spin. My head spins even more when I hear him talking brazenly about committing US troops to even more war. For me the pictures of Romney’s pro-war protests as a college student avoiding war on educational and religious service deferments as millions of other Americans went to war are up there with the pictures of “Hanoi” Jane Fonda giving aid and comfort to those that were killing our troops.”