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RNC admits the earth is round, that they like Romney and believe "this newfangled Facebook thing may be worth looking into"
4/27/2012 10:10 AM Alyson Durden
After being more than a year into the 2012 presidential campaign and after most of the other GOP presidential candidates have folded up shop, the Republican National Committee announced they will support Mitt Romney in his quest for the White House. They also endorsed scientific theories such as gravity and pop culture ideas such as the viability of Facebook and Twitter.
RNC Chairman Reince Preibus told reporters at an election after-party in Pennsylvania, "I know what you think, that we Republicans are not all that fond of science or pop culture. That we are stuck in a different era but it really isn't true! We said we believed Galileo Galilei was right long before the Catholic Church admitted it. Just this morning an intern showed me this new thing, I think he called it Facebook. Well, after seeing how much time the younguns around here are on it, I'd say it has a future. A pretty bright future, unless of course, it doesn't. In the case of the latter, we never said anything about it."
This caps at least a week of tepid endorsements for the former Massachusetts governor and clear GOP nominee. Most of the current and former elected preferred to not even make their formal announcements in states the governor would be campaigning or had a chance of reaching before the statements were made. Former Michigan Senator Michael Hoochatchee said, "He seems like a decent fella. Do I want to have a beer with him? Hell, no! But I wouldn't mind entrusting him with he future of the global economy and status of the earth as a life bearing planet.
Sarah Palin told reporters on the set of her new reality show "What it's like to be a has-been loser and beauty contest wannabe," "Mitt's a great guy. You can just tell by his love of old people and animals that he is just what we need in this fine country. My only concern is that he may have already done himself in by taking Congressman Alan West and Herman Cain off of his short list. They'd sure make good, I mean, rational, I mean, coherent, or what was the word I was thinking?"
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