Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Unbiased testimonials are going to cost you

Last week saw Mitt Romney desperately trying to find someone at the world's most stereotypically named elitist Prep School to deny that even among the spoiled scions of old money he stood out as a gigantic prick.

So on to this week, who can Mitt bring forth to say that Willard is not a heartless corporate raider, but a living saint?
“The people that know him — the picture the media paints is not the Mitt that I know,” Romney’s oldest son, Tagg, told The Daily. “And I wish I could do something about it. I can’t tell you how many people tell me that.”
Yes, but how many people could tell you that...and also this?
Mitt Romney's five sons -- Matt, Tagg, Craig, Ben and Josh -- are sitting pretty with a trust fund worth $100 million.


StonyPillow said...

Here’s a wealthy guy whose main campaign promise is to enrich himself by cutting taxes on the wealthy. And this is OK how?

But you’ll never hear this from Democrats. They’re the Washington Generals of Washington DC.

Montag said...


Who names his kid that?

Immediately conjures up an image of a trust-fund frat boy. In other words, an asshole wrapped in khaki Dockers and a polo shirt.

jimmiraybob said...

world's most stereotypically named elitist Prep School

For a moment I thought there might actually be a Fuck U.

pansypoo said...

i am sticking w/bush's gut. mitt is a jerk.

merlallen said...

That poor guy has been fighting the war to get his dad elected for over 4 years now. He probably has what used to be called combat fatigue.

Anonymous said...

Tagg? Who names his kid that?

How about Miss Five Colleges, the former half-term Governor of Alaska, Aireana Box O'Rocks?

WallytheWineGuy said...

I especially enjoyed Cranbrook's "Aim High" logo. If I have the "what goes up must come down" part of my physics straight, the Grecoesque figure with the bow is about to shoot himself in the head when the arrow returns to earth.