Spunky Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota Congresswoman and failed Republican presidential candidate, formally endorsed Mitt Romney on Thursday.
Dorothy and the Tin Man, together again.
She helped him get a heart, but it was from the GOP Wizard of Odd, Rush Limbaugh, America’s Bully. And a lot of good that heart did Mittens (“I like firing people.” “I’m not concerned about the very poor.”)
So Dorothy will try again, but this time to help the Tin Man get a spine.
Tin Mitt wussed out when the Bully called Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke a “slut.”
Romney tried to avoid the press when they wanted him to comment on the Bully’s slanderous remark, but he could only say “that’s not the word I would have used.” Maybe he would’ve used Romneyese and called Fluke something like a “poopy-head.”
This week Mittens wussed out again. A foreign policy advisor to the GOP presumptive nominee stepped down, forced really to quit, really, by the religious right, because he’s openly gay.
Mitt was MIA commenting on that one, too.
Here, kitty, kitty, kitty…
The openly gay foreign policy adviser situation could have been easily, uh, handled. All Gordon Gekko had to do was get Bachmann’s hubby Marcus to get him to pray away the gay.
The Tin Mitt is finding out on a daily basis that he’s not at Bain Capital anymore.
He was in charge then. Not so nowadays, presumptive nominee or not. The GOP’s brain, Grover Norquest, said the party only needs a president for show, and signing things. Grover said the next GOP president only needs to make sure his digits work —- so he could sign Paul Ryan’s stick-it-to-the-poor budget.
It doesn’t take a wizard to figure out how Mitt Romney would govern.
Follow the Citizens United gold-plated brick road on the way to buying the presidency, big guy. And do it with a song:
“I guess I’m quite robotic
no charisma, not hypnotic.
But Ann says it’s our time.
I’m better at firing than hiring,
I could stop right-wing conspirin’
if I only had a spine.
“I take both sides on every issue
someone give Speaker Boehner a tissue
he’s sobbing like a girl age nine.
The Tea Party’s got him by the cajones
I’d expose them all as phonies
if I only had a spine….”