Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital received federal funds, or so said Ted Kennedy in an unaired campaign ad from 1994 when Romney ran against Kennedy for his Senate seat. Check it out:
And the priest who is anointed and consecrated as priest in his father’s place shall make atonement, wearing the holy linen garments. Leviticus 16:32
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Mitt Romney is a flip-flopper who doesn’t know who he is. So stated Harry Reid on Tuesday in Washington. “In Michigan, he supported long-johns, but he now favors magic underwear,” said Reid. “If someone doesn’t know what kind of underwear to wear, they shouldn’t be president of the United States,” the Senate majority leader said to reporters. According to the Associated Press, Andrea Saul, a spokeswoman for Romney, said the campaign isn’t seeking Reid’s underwear and wouldn’t accept it if it were offered.
Addressing a group of unemployed workers in Florida today, Mitt Romney declared, “I’m also unemployed.” This certainly doesn’t sound good coming from the mouth of a man who made millions at the private investment equity firm Bain Capital. The AP reported that Romney’s estimated net worth is about $200 million (thanks, of course, to his magic underwear).
The internet is abuzz over Mitt Romney’s “Bump in the Road” ad. When asked what the inspiration was for the advertisements, Romney stated, “I looked down and saw this massive bump in my underwear and I thought, ‘That’s it!'”
Romney left no doubt as to the power of his magic underwear Monday night, as he emerged as the clear front-runner among the GOP presidential candidates. After the debate, Romney was heard saying, “I have more intelligence in my pinky than the rest of this panel combined.”