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  1. Subscriber coquette
    Already mated
    27 Jul '12 17:42
    Nope, worse.
  2. 27 Jul '12 21:09
    It has been an hilarioius week! Somebody on the radio compared him to Mr. Bean.

    Amazing that his staffer had appealed to the very "Anglo Saxon" element he's pissed off.

    The Daily Sun headline this morning "Mitt the Twit."

    Now pissing off foreign leaders doesn't always play as a negative in American politics. None of the other foreign leaders like Bush as that famous clip of everybody avoiding handshakes with him demonstrated. But American voters didn't hold that against him.

    The difference here is that Romney is looking like an amateur.
  3. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's only business
    27 Jul '12 23:13
    Ooh Anglo-Saxons in USA news...coolness.

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2012/07/25/us-usa-campaign-romney-tour-idUKBRE86O1HM20120725
  4. 28 Jul '12 00:09
    Originally posted by coquette
    Nope, worse.
    Mitt can't hold a candle to Sarah.
  5. 28 Jul '12 01:45
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Ooh Anglo-Saxons in USA news...coolness.

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2012/07/25/us-usa-campaign-romney-tour-idUKBRE86O1HM20120725
    I wonder if he will visit 'Romney Marsh' in Kent, an old ancestral seat perhaps.
  6. 28 Jul '12 01:50
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Mitt can't hold a candle to Sarah.
    That would be illegal surely.
  7. 28 Jul '12 01:54 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by kevcvs57
    That would be illegal surely.
    Don't call me surely, but I'll answer to Sarah. Mitt holding a mitt to Sarah would surely be sexual harassment.

    Seriously, last weekend I went to a Tea Party rally and heard Sarah Palin speak in person for the first time. She is a force to be reckoned with, and young enough to be around for a few more Presidential cycles.
  8. 28 Jul '12 02:38
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Don't call me surely, but I'll answer to Sarah. Mitt holding a mitt to Sarah would surely be sexual harassment.

    Seriously, last weekend I went to a Tea Party rally and heard Sarah Palin speak in person for the first time. She is a force to be reckoned with, and young enough to be around for a few more Presidential cycles.
    I think she WAS a force to be reckoned with. But she lost a lot of her following when she quit as governor in midterm so she could rake in money with reality television.
  9. 28 Jul '12 02:40
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Don't call me surely, but I'll answer to Sarah. Mitt holding a mitt to Sarah would surely be sexual harassment.

    Seriously, last weekend I went to a Tea Party rally and heard Sarah Palin speak in person for the first time. She is a force to be reckoned with, and young enough to be around for a few more Presidential cycles.
    Time may be on Her side, but either She will have to do some serious shifting to the center or the center will have to shift a long way to the right before She is electable as president.
  10. Subscriber kmax87
    You've got Kevin
    28 Jul '12 03:02
    If Romney is the new Sarah P, does that also make him a MILF... a Mormon you would like to.......
  11. 28 Jul '12 04:49
    Originally posted by kmax87
    If Romney is the new Sarah P, does that also make him a MILF... a Mormon you would like to.......
    I could have said Sarah P is much more delectable than she is electable but I am a gentleman.
  12. 29 Jul '12 02:54
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Don't call me surely, but I'll answer to Sarah. Mitt holding a mitt to Sarah would surely be sexual harassment.

    Seriously, last weekend I went to a Tea Party rally and heard Sarah Palin speak in person for the first time. She is a force to be reckoned with, and young enough to be around for a few more Presidential cycles.
    She's a git - pure and simple. Only voters in the USA are too stupid to see anything in her.
  13. Standard member wittywonka
    Chocolate Expert
    29 Jul '12 04:01
    Don't get me wrong--there's no chance I'll be voting for Romney this November.

    But I almost felt sorry for him after his visit to the U.K. Honestly, he couldn't have asked for more things to go wrong. And yet, it's not like he really did anything wrong. No, you probably shouldn't criticize the Olympics organization, and no, apparently you shouldn't broadcast meetings with U.K. intelligence chiefs... but so what?
  14. 29 Jul '12 04:07
    Originally posted by wittywonka
    Don't get me wrong--there's no chance I'll be voting for Romney this November.

    But I almost felt sorry for him after his visit to the U.K. Honestly, he couldn't have asked for more things to go wrong. And yet, it's not like he really did anything wrong. No, you probably shouldn't criticize the Olympics organization, and no, apparently you shouldn't broadcast meetings with U.K. intelligence chiefs... but so what?
    It just showed him and his handlers to be amateurs. I don't think it'll hurt him in the long run, but it does give the late night comedians lots of fodder.
  15. Subscriber coquette
    Already mated
    05 Aug '12 05:29
    Originally posted by Kunsoo
    It just showed him and his handlers to be amateurs. I don't think it'll hurt him in the long run, but it does give the late night comedians lots of fodder.
    and you don't think that being fodder for the comedians wont hurt him?