Sunday, August 12, 2012

Less interesting person than Romney found

U.S.S. WISCONSIN (The Borowitz Report)—An exhaustive manhunt that took months and spanned the country came to a dramatic end today as a less interesting person than Mitt Romney turned up in Wisconsin.

On the deck of the U.S.S. Wisconsin, officials from the Guinness Book of World Records were on hand to certify the result of the search.

“This man is in fact the least interesting person in America,” one Guinness official said, adding that Mr. Romney himself had held that title since 1947.

Mr. Romney and the man made a joint appearance, after which the audience was advised not to operate heavy machinery.

The man of the hour used his brief remarks to lay out his vision of America, saying that billions of dollars could be saved by eliminating food, clothing, and shelter.

For his part, Mr. Romney sounded a theme for the fall campaign: “It’s time to transform America, and the two of us are both Transformers.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I suppose that was supposed to be funny while being an insult. The Right are not looking for the "most interesting" men. We actually want men who are qualified to lead and run this great country. We have had enough from "interesting" and unqualified; now we want leadership with wisdom, morals, and experience. Looks like we got what we were looking for. Good luck to you on the Left, come November. Your race towards socialsim is drawing to a close.