1. Paul R says

    Didn’t the Great Prophet who hid the golden tablets of Mormonism in the woods declare that roller coasters are the devil’s playground?

    It must be hard to have nothing when you’re filthy rich.

  2. M'on, man. says

    Mitt’s just waitin’ for that MS to get her, so he can upgrade. Mitt’s got seed left to sew, and he’s not lookin’ to waste it on some eggless old hen. Ann’s ride is about to slow down a little more.

    Can you imagine pumpin’ that old woman’s badonkadonk for the next 20 years?

  3. Houndentenor says

    Didn’t his son say he didn’t want to be president? Yeah, right.

    I remember after Newt Gingrich was forced out of the House, he had an agency touting his services as a public speaker. Every week we got a fax (it was the 90s!) only with the fee dropping considerably since the last flyer. It was delicious Schadenfreude. It sucks to be the center of so many people’s attention and then suddenly the person no one wants to be seen with in public. it couldn’t happen to two bigger douchebags. If you’re really all about service then go volunteer with Habitat for Humanity or something. That might actually do someone some good.

  4. thepolarbeast says

    Please quit posting stuff like this. Thurston Howell the 4th had nothing to say in his run for President worth recalling and he has even less relevance now. Can we leave him on the ash heap of history with Tom Dewey and Walter Mondale please!!

  5. Walt NYC says

    Mitt basically bought the Republican nomination by outspending the competition until no one was left standing but him. The Republicans didn’t want him to be their candidate, and Americans didn’t want him to be their president. Please, Mitt, enjoy your millions. It’s time for you to ride off into the sunset. Good riddance.

  6. anon says

    If only he would admit that his run for the presidency was predicated entirely on being the very wealthy son of a former politician. It was in large part his sense of privilege that made him think the office was his to take.

  7. JJ says

    We stepped forward to serve. Wow. She thinks that fighting for power and stepping on anyone in your way is “serving.” If you watch the shadows real real close, you can see the knot of cognitive dissonance in her brain bend the light just a little.

  8. Buster says

    Umm — I don’t want to be characterized as a Mitt Romney defender, but I’m kind of bothered by a certain amount of Romney-bullying that’s still going on in the world.

    I would have been terrified if he were elected President, but he wasn’t and he’s not in public office. Sure the Romneys are sort of odd people and don’t seem to understand what century they live in or that their wealth puts them wildly out of touch with an average American. But I’ve never had the sense that they are deeply evil people (like, say, Cheney) and I don’t really understand the need to keep beating on them. The election was four months ago. Haven’t they been given enough attention?

    Besides, you should be giving your attention to the new Republican spawn that are rising from the (corporately polluted) rivers. Don’t dissipate your energies by focusing on the defeated enemies of the past!

  9. ble.d_out.color says

    Not to be spiteful or anything but….oh who am I kidding this s*** is so satisfying that I can’t even.

    Also @ ‘Mon Man
    Petty sure Ann’s “badonkadonk” is about the last thing I want to think about thanks. Right next to to Mitt’s crusty junk. Also thinking about Mitt’s seed just made me throw up a little in my mouth. I think your giving the old impotent fart a bit too much credit.

  10. UFFDA says

    Just reading all these nasty spiteful comments makes me feel like I’m on an elevated crocodile balcony looking down into a seething maw-hole of slashing fangs and flickering tongues. No wonder we’re winning the war agains the homophobes, we’re better fighters.

  11. Romnoids says

    They think that running for President is ‘serving’ the country, just like being a ground soldier in Iraq.

    Then again, these people believe that whole angel Moroni hallucination/lie, so what do you expect?

  12. Buster says

    JJ- Sorry, I wasn’t trying to suggest it is unfair. Just that I’m sort of over ANY ongoing discussion of these people. They don’t warrant it at this point — they shouldn’t be interviewed (but, of course, it’s Fox) and if they are, I think it would be a better world if no one watched and no one commented.

    But people are certainly within their rights to do so, notwithstanding my dreams of an ideal world where the “R” word just vanishes. :-)

  13. DC Arnold says

    What happens when you’re a cypher with no morals and money to burn. The current emptiness represents the Repugs and their message: I got mine now go get yours.

  14. Jerry6 says

    My Mother raised us with the concept that if you cannot say something nice about someone; do not say anything at all. Therefor with respect to the Romneys, all I can say is: ” “.

  15. millerbeach says

    So very, very happy these two plastic figures did not end up at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I’m surprised they even have the ability to visibly emote.

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