Mitt Romney: U.S. Senate Hopeful, U.S. Senate Huckster (3)

Latest in our ever-expanding series

As someone said about the blizzard of Barackaphernalia at the 2008 Obama inauguration, “When Americans want to celebrate, they turn to merchandise.”

But Mitt Romney (R-Wherever) is getting downright pushy about merchandising in his nascent quest for the vacant U.S. Senate seat in Utah.

After flacking bumper stickers and t-shirts in vain to the hardducking staff over the past few days, Romney sent us this email with the subject line, “Your request is missing.”

Memo to Mitt: No, our request is not “missing.” It’s actually “never coming.”

The same, we’re guessing, cannot be said of your requests.

P.S. In today’s Boston Globe, the redoubtable Dan Wasserman clearly took our previous advice.

Question is, when will the Accidental President hose Romney down?

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2 Responses to Mitt Romney: U.S. Senate Hopeful, U.S. Senate Huckster (3)

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    You only send the nine bucks, John, does it mean you get the unofficial “I’m with Mitt” shirt?

    How quickly will Gail Collins revert to the Seamus pitch?

    Is Trump going to pin the lack of immigration reform on Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi?

    • Campaign Outsider says:

      Actually, Mudge, for nine bucks I think you get an “I’m with -it-” shirt.
      As for Gail Collins, my guess is any day now.
      I’m assuming your third question is rhetorical.

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