Friday, August 3, 2012

One-Trick Trickle-Down Pony


Rafalca Romney made an appearance at the London Olympics yesterday. Ann Romney gave her reaction to the press:
"She was consistent and elegant. She did not disappoint. She thrilled me to death."

With perfect timing aimed to lampoon the Romney's expensive hobby, released a new ad featuring a talking Rafalca Romney. The White House has promised not to "attack" Rafalca again, but some of these other democratic groups have not.

Explanation from Justin Ruben, Executive Director of Political Action
In our ad, voters hear the truth about Mitt Romney straight from the horse’s mouth: Romney seems to think many Americans deserve to be treated worse than a horse. There’s nothing wrong with taking good care of a horse, but there’s something messed up about a millionaire who spends twice what most Americans make in a year caring for a horse, but wants to take away people’s health care and offshore their jobs. We’re rooting for Rafalca and all of our Olympians to bring home the gold, but we’re sure not rooting for Mitt Romney to send jobs overseas. Voters had best steer clear of Romney unless they’re looking for a ride on a one-trick trickle down pony

It makes me want to paraphrase the theme song of the Mr. Ed television program:
"A horse is a horse, of course, of course . . . so to keep us on a steady course, Obama's the candidate you should endorse . . . and Romney's campaign is dead!"

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