Mitt’s Imaginary Friends

Our lack of love for Mittens has driven the poor man to have imaginary friends — and they’re African American.

On Fox News after getting booed at the NAACP, Mitt said the black community does too support him, they’re just being very quiet about it:

“I spoke with a number of African-American leaders after the event and they said, you know, a lot of folks do not want to say they will not vote for President Obama….”

So Mittens thinks he has the black vote.  But, hell, he also thinks he’s getting his own planet when he dies.

Did Mitt ever get kicked in the head by Ann’s dressage horse?  That would explain a lot.


But Why Isn’t It Possible, Mitt?

Mitt said this to the NAACP today:

“I believe that if you understood who I truly am in my heart, and if it were possible to fully communicate what I believe is in the real, enduring best interest of African-American families, you would vote for me for president.”

But why isn’t it possible for him to communicate what he believes?  Who’s stopping him?  Isn’t it his task as a presidential candidate to explain his beliefs and what’s in his heart?  Isn’t that what campaigns are for?  Aren’t we voters supposed to compare hearts and beliefs?

While Mitt received some polite applause during the speech, he also got boos and jeers when he said he would get rid of Obamacare and when he said this:  “If you want the president who will make things better in the African-American community, you’re looking at him.”  The crowd shouldn’t have booed, they should have laughed.