Welcome to this ongoing thread for discussing the slow motion kamikaze nose dive into the GOP known as the Mitt Romney Presidential campaign.
PlanetPOV has gotten its hands on an exclusive new clip from the just released video of Mitt Romney's private fundraising meeting!
You're invited to a gallery opening for PlanetPOV's parody artwork. Inside are a selection of graphics created by and for folks here at PlanetPOV, poking fun at Mitt Romney and others on the Right Wing. Enjoy!
While the GOP was delighted about marrying a right wing conservative, Mitt Romney showed up as a wedding crasher and knocked over the punchbowl at what should have been one of the best times in the GOP's life.
There is a strategy in primarily impressing a positive perception about the Dems and Obama. It can also infer an accurately negative perception about the Repubs that can be more powerful than explicitly stating to the public "We're on your side and they're your enemies."
Thanks to the crack team at PlanetPOV temporarily laying off the crack and doing some investigative work for a change, we are able to bring to you this exclusive advance draft of the speech Mitt Romney will give tonight.
Hurricane Isaac reminds Americans to consider whether America should be a country that comes to the rescue when people are in trouble or if America should be an Ayn Rand utopia where the rule is survival of the wealthiest and those who suffer are on their own.
Inspired by Spinal Tap, The Office, Borat and Curb Your Enthusiasm, Mitt Romney is actually a brilliant satirist using the spotlight of the Presidential election to play the realistic-seeming role of a clueless wealthy goofball who's always saying the wrong thing and humiliating himself.
The big delusion among pundits and Democrats are that facts and policies matter to swing voters. The problem with these predictions are that for the first time in electoral history Romney has enough money to sell the big lie.
Today's GOP is the equivalent of a 1960's Madison Avenue ad agency aggressively promoting the benefits of cigarette smoking, fully knowing that if they're successful, millions will suffer and die but only caring about making the wealthy people they work for, wealthier.