My friends, we are living in strange times. They are rioting in the Middle East against the West because of a poorly produced D movie by a mysterious right wing dude with a criminal record. Zombies are still on the loose here in America. And they are ticketing two year old kids in my hometown for public urination. (Young bucks are shooting each other like they are in a video game and the po po goes after a two year old. Unbelievable!) It's crazy out here.
Anyway, at least Mitt and his lovely wife Ann are doing their best to make us all feel like everything is alright with the world. There they were on television with Kelly and America's latest happy Negro. (Don't you just love Michael's smile?) They were sharing some light moments and giving us some insight into the real Mitt. He told us that he liked Snooki, and that he liked peanut butter sandwiches and chocolate milk. (Chocolate milk? Walking a little on the wild side there. Funny, I always figured Mitt for a white milk kind of guy.) There was more:
"Mitt Romney described the night he met Ann at a party at a friend’s house. Mitt Romney was a senior in high school and Ann Romney was a sophomore.
“She caught my eye I went up to her and found she’d come with someone else. And I said to the guy she came with, you know, I live closer to Ann than you do. Can I give her a ride home for you? And he said sure.
Strahan: He fell for that?
M. Romney: Yeah, he fell for that. So, we’ve been going steady ever since then.”
That damn Mitt was sneaky even back then.
I know that they say this wasn't a good week for Mitt, but hey, at least he ended it with Snooki. Americans love their Snooki.
Finally, if there is anyone reading this post who happens to live in the state of Kansas please reach out to me. I would love to send you a medal. If you live in that state you deserve it.
"Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, an informal advisor to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, said on Thursday he and his fellow members of a state board were considering removing President Barack Obama from the Kansas ballot this November... The board will send records requests to Hawaii, Arizona and Mississippi for more documentation of Obama’s birth." [Source]
Relax folks, all is well that ends well.
"A Kansas man who filed an objection with the state to President Barack Obama appearing on the state's ballot, is withdrawing his objection.
Joe Montgomery's decision, which he communicated in an email to the secretary of state's office Friday afternoon, ends a process that caused the all-Republican Kansas Objections Board to vote unanimously Thursday to seek further information before making a decision on whether Obama could be on the ballot."
Joe withdrew his objection, but unfortunately the elected officials in Kansas are still there.