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Also this was pretty much the whole debate:

Mitt Romney impersonation — nailed it!

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reagan-was-a-horrible-president:

octoplasm:

mitt got jokes

You’ve probably seen the GIF and wondered if it was a joke or real. Sadly, it was real.

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thetruthsitell:

“Let them eat cake!”

thetruthsitell:

“Let them eat cake!”

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"I didn’t know you had families."

Mitt Romney’s to LGBT people. Seriously? (via think-progress)

LGBTQ* people were born from volcanoes after ancient aliens planted eggs deep below the Earth’s crust thousands of years ago. Mittens knows what’s up.

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This seems like one of the rudest things a human being can say. “I didn’t know you had families.” Think about all the privilege in that sentence. Just—he’s acting like LGBTQ people are animals.

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People like him are the reason some don’t.

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Am I supposed to congratulate this man? Thank him for his good citizenship? Compliment him for being clever enough to arm himself with enough tax lawyers so that he could legally minimize his obligations?

Thirteen percent. The last time I paid taxes at that rate, I believe I might still have been in college. If not, it was my first couple years as a newspaper reporter. Since then, the paychecks have been just fine, thanks, and I don’t see any reason not to pay at the rate appropriate to my earnings, given that I’m writing the check to the same government that provided the economic environment that allowed for such incomes.

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The creator of “The Wire” David Simon slams Mitt Romney for declaring he’s never paid less than 13 percent in taxes.  (via think-progress)

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illbeshooting4myownhand:

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theworldisconfused:

“England is just a small island. Its roads and houses are small. With few exceptions, it doesn’t make things that people in the rest of the world want to buy. And if it hadn’t been separated from the continent by water, it almost certainly would have been lost to Hitler’s ambitions.” — Mitt Romney

Really? Did you really just mention Hitler? You’re not even the official nominee, dude. Wow. 

but he says he understands English history better than Obama because he is white. Lord have mercy.

illbeshooting4myownhand:

truncated-symphony:

theworldisconfused:

“England is just a small island. Its roads and houses are small. With few exceptions, it doesn’t make things that people in the rest of the world want to buy. And if it hadn’t been separated from the continent by water, it almost certainly would have been lost to Hitler’s ambitions.” — Mitt Romney

Really? Did you really just mention Hitler? You’re not even the official nominee, dude. Wow. 

but he says he understands English history better than Obama because he is white. Lord have mercy.

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Clearly, I can’t wait for this movie…

And Mitt Romney makes me laugh.

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"Do you know the name of the villain in this movie? Bane. The villain in The Dark Knight Rises is named Bane, B-a-n-e. What is the name of the venture capital firm that Romney ran and around which there’s now this make-believe controversy? Bain. The movie has been in the works for a long time. The release date’s been known, summer 2012 for a long time. Do you think that it is accidental that the name of the really vicious fire breathing four eyed whatever it is villain in this movie is named Bain?"

-Rush Limbaugh

This is not a joke. It’s his actual theory: Commie liberals in Hollywood named a batman villain “Bane” to subtly attack Mitt Romney for the time he spent as head of “Bain Capital”

(BTW, Rush: Bane has been in the Batman comics since 1993…)

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nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident:

Kind of looks like Rick Perry from that angle.
motherjones:

joshsternberg:

evangotlib:

For Rush.

Well done.

Christopher Nolan really pulled out all the stops.

nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident:

Kind of looks like Rick Perry from that angle.

motherjones:

joshsternberg:

evangotlib:

For Rush.

Well done.

Christopher Nolan really pulled out all the stops.

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prisillysaurus:

distractedandclueless:

one-less-hipster:

sigh, oh Mitt

mitt romney

His face. I want a unicorn to kick it.

prisillysaurus:

distractedandclueless:

one-less-hipster:

sigh, oh Mitt

mitt romney

His face. I want a unicorn to kick it.

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*7

"If you want a president who will make things better in the African American community, you are looking at him."

Mitt Romney, the funniest man in Amercia.

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quickhits:

Romney proves Thurston Howell III and Mr. Burns are real.
Filed under “why I read Steve Benen”:

Imagine if Thurston Howell III and C. Montgomery Burns were real people. Then imagine they were attending a fundraiser for Mitt Romney in the Hamptons. Then imagine they spoke to reporters about why, exactly, they want to see President Obama defeated.
It turns out, you don’t actually have to imagine any of this, because yesterday, it actually happened. The multi-millionaire Republican — dodging questions about his controversial shell corporation in Bermuda, hidden cash in the Caymans, and inexplicable Swiss bank account — thought it’d be a good idea to spend the day in the Hamptons, attending several posh fundraisers with the hyper-elite, including an event at David Koch’s home.
I couldn’t make up stuff like this if I tried.

I covered the same ground earlier today, he goes on to quote the passenger in the “Range Rover stamped with East Hampton beach permits” who argued that only the rich have the smarts to see what’s really going on and, yeah, it’s still ridiculous and offensive. He also points to other excerpts and quotes that are as noxious. But comparing Romney and company to actual villain C. Montgomery Burns and kinda-sorta-villian Thurston Howell III is as awesome as it is accurate.
“I don’t generally get nauseous reading the news,” he writes. “There are exceptions.”
Recommended reading to counteract the nausea.

quickhits:

Romney proves Thurston Howell III and Mr. Burns are real.

Filed under “why I read Steve Benen”:

Imagine if Thurston Howell III and C. Montgomery Burns were real people. Then imagine they were attending a fundraiser for Mitt Romney in the Hamptons. Then imagine they spoke to reporters about why, exactly, they want to see President Obama defeated.

It turns out, you don’t actually have to imagine any of this, because yesterday, it actually happened. The multi-millionaire Republican — dodging questions about his controversial shell corporation in Bermuda, hidden cash in the Caymans, and inexplicable Swiss bank account — thought it’d be a good idea to spend the day in the Hamptons, attending several posh fundraisers with the hyper-elite, including an event at David Koch’s home.

I couldn’t make up stuff like this if I tried.

I covered the same ground earlier today, he goes on to quote the passenger in the “Range Rover stamped with East Hampton beach permits” who argued that only the rich have the smarts to see what’s really going on and, yeah, it’s still ridiculous and offensive. He also points to other excerpts and quotes that are as noxious. But comparing Romney and company to actual villain C. Montgomery Burns and kinda-sorta-villian Thurston Howell III is as awesome as it is accurate.

“I don’t generally get nauseous reading the news,” he writes. “There are exceptions.”

Recommended reading to counteract the nausea.

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)

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loladelphia:

And now, a haiku.
Romney at Wawa
Out of touch douchebag, get lost.
Don’t touch those pretzels!
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Please send us your haiku about Romney’s visit to Wawa!

Romney lieks teh Wawa’s

loladelphia:

And now, a haiku.

Romney at Wawa

Out of touch douchebag, get lost.

Don’t touch those pretzels!

——————-

Please send us your haiku about Romney’s visit to Wawa!

Romney lieks teh Wawa’s