Monday, December 10, 2012

The View From My Ass


And now My final thought.

 I dislike Mitt Romney. OK maybe that isn't fair I've never met the man but given what the man has to say when the camera isn't on him and what he has to say when the camera is it's fair to say I dislike him. But I don't need to look for reasons to dislike the man.

Saturday he attended the Pacquiao-Marquez fight and to his credit was in the arena before the first fight of the PPV portion of the card. If he were there to see and be seen he would have done what the other "celebrities" do at these events. Take his seat sometime between the Mexican National Anthem and round 3.

Yes as some liberals pointed out there was a non existent reaction the former Presidential candidate taking his seat at the event. But how can there be any other kind of reaction when the only other people in the arena are Snooki, her fighter, the other fighter, the announcers and Metta World Peace?

I dislike Mitt Romney. I do not dislike him for attending  and having good seats to a big boxing event in Las Vegas. The fact he was there and  more importantly there EARLY might be the most likable thing I have seen or heard from the man.

I would advice against falling in to the Conservative trap of making an issue out of every little thing a politician we dislike does. Yes Mitt went to the fights Saturday, Yes Mitt pumped his gas on a windy day and yes Mitt is a douchebag but not at all for the things I just mentioned. Give public, Presidential candidate, Mitt all the hell you want to for Binders full of women. But give private Mitt a pass for going to a fight. Unless you don't mind being lumped into the same crowd as the people with terminal ODS.

Take care of yourself, and each other!




Anonymous said...

Check out Koldys on this family album. He's definitely on the cutting edge of bag man couture.

Anonymous said...

God he looks miserable. Nice "grumpy" dwarf sweater :)

Anonymous said...

He's impersonating Jack Nicholson from "The Shining" in one pic.

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