"No props, notes, charts, diagrams, or other writings or other tangible things may be brought into the debate by any candidate."
Eight-year-old Alabama resident Cecelia Crawford was not impressed by Mittens' pledge during the debate to fire Big Bird, so today she fired off this sweet little note:
When I grow up I'm going to get married and I want my kids to watch it so do not cut it off. You find something else to cut off!
Mittens just can't catch a break -- behold his deeply tanned Univision appearance Thursday that has the blogosphere cackling.
"Mitt's Mexican tan?" asked makeup artist Michele Probst. "That was very curious. ... To me, that had to have been someone's idea. Someone said, 'Let's try to relate to people.'"
In an effort to distract from the poor paint job, the campaign today finally released the candidate's 2011 tax returns — the Romneys paid $1.9 million in taxes on $13.7 million in income, which comes out to 14.1 percent.
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Hustler head honcho Larry Flynt took out a full page ad in today's Washington Post, offering $1 million to anyone who could provide information about Mitt Romney's tax returns or various other assets.
Larry clearly hasn't been keeping up with the times, because the people who supposedly have such information only accept Bitcoins.