If you don't check Mitt Romney's "Free and Strong America" website on the regular, I can only assume it's because you're the kind of jerk who prefers an Enslaved and Wimpy America. But just in case you missed it, here's Mitt's hot new video about cap-and-trade legislation (no embed code, uncool, man).
See, according to Mitt, a cap-and-trade system "could cost the average American family $1,761 a year, the equivalent of a 15% income tax hike." Fine, except a) that's not true and b) if you are Mitt Romney, $1,761 is more like the equivalent of a 0.0000015% income tax hike.
Anyway, enjoy watching your 2012 GOP frontrunner as he talks about math and tries to remember to blink in a human-like fashion, and when you're done, how about making a "generous contribution"? Any amount welcome, from $25 to $1,000 to $5,000, maybe with an emphasis on the higher end there.
Just remember: a $5,000 donation to Mitt Romney is the equivalent of a 42.58% income tax hike.
Tags: Energy & Oil, Mitt Romney, Republicans