Yesterday Mitt Romney ad was pulled due to a copyright infringement claim. Who owns the songs of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers? Because they should sue both campaigns for extreme pettiness.
In retaliation over recent comments made by the Obama campaign that Mitt Romney was either a felon or a liar, the Romney camps sent John Sununu, a man who once used a government limo to buy $5,000 worth of stamps (which sounds like a scene from the world's least imaginative Ferris Bueller sequel), to explain how the American system functions…
"[Obama] has no idea how the American system functions, and we shouldn’t be surprised about that, because he spent his early years in Hawaii smoking something, spent the next set of years in Indonesia, another set of years in Indonesia, and, frankly, when he came to the U.S. he worked as a community organizer, which is a socialized structure, and then got into politics in Chicago."
Then he boarded a government jet to even-worse comment city, making this statement in a conference call with journalists…
"I wish this president would learn how to be an American."
And that's coming from a guy who was born in Cuba. If he learned how to be an American over there, then Cuba truly has a great education system. When pressed further, he backtracked a bit saying he meant this comment only in reference to the "American formula for creating business."
Can't wait until tomorrow when the Obama campaign sends one of it's surrogates to claim Mitt Romney is a time-traveling, younger version of Mr. Potter from It's a Wonderful Life.
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