Jon Stewart Analyzes Mitt Romney’s Stupidity

February 8, 2008 | Filed Under Elections 

Mitt Romney loves America, Jon Stewart loves you. Here’s his argument of the ridiculous speech that Mitt Romney gave in stepping down from the Republican nomination race. In case you missed it, Mitt Romney pretty much implied Democrats would blow it by aiding “surrender” to terrorism. As Jon Stewart puts it, “so if Mitt Romney keeps running for president, the terrorists win….”

This just goes to show that all the money in the world won’t buy common sense. Mitt Romney, what a piece of work.

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