Friday, November 30, 2012

Idiot with Romney tattoo on face now wants it removed


This mental midget had reportedly vowed to keep the tattoo for life - even after Romney's defeat. However, according to Politico, he's now had a change of heart. Apparently, he didn't appreciate Romney's post-election comments. Even some of Romney's supporters are flip-floppers!

Do you suppose he could be one of our regulars?
....But then he heard some of Romney’s post-election comments, most notably his claim that the president won reelection because of “gifts” given to various constituencies. 
“It stands not only for a losing campaign but for a sore loser,” Hartsburg said. “He’s pretty shameful as far as I’m concerned, man. There’s no dignity in blaming somebody else for buying votes and paying off people. I can’t get behind that or stay behind that.”....

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

hardly surprising he found an excuse to remove the tattoo.

BOSMAN said...

After looking at his pre-tattoo photo, my advice is to keep it.

He could always tell folks it was to honor his favorite toothpaste.

newark hawk said...

This clown was shocked by Romney's post-election "gifts" comment?!?!?

I guess he must have missed Romney's "victims" comment that received wall-to-wall media coverage in mid-September.

Either that or he is simply an Obama troll trying to stir things up and gain attention for himself in the process.

Just like the "Romneyman" troll on this site's chat box.

Right Wingnut said...

NH,

He got paid 5 grand to do it.

He's open to doing it again in 2016.

If you read the article, you'll get a feel for how stupid this guy is.

cimbri said...

Permanent tattoos should be illegal anyway. It's a medical procedure and can be regulated. There are tons of people walking around with hideous tattoos they regret getting.

newark hawk said...

The article doesn't say WHO paid this clown $5,000 to put the "R" on his face.

He's a professional wrestler, so maybe some promoter or agent thought it was a good idea.

It's obvious from reading the full article that he was NOT a genuine Romney supporter, but instead was just wearing the "R" tattoo for monetary reasons.

But of course, that won't stop some Romney-hating bloggers from trying to smear all Romney supporters by linking them to this clown.

Right Wingnut said...

LOL.

Anonymous said...

This is not a problem. Romney's a tough guy and can handle all these loonies in the news trying to smear him.

Somebody like Palin, though, couldn't handle it. Too weak. She would start to complain, cry and manipulate her supporters for some sympathy.

Anonymous said...

You can always count on an anon to post a comment about Palin on an article that has nothing to do with Palin. I should repost my comment from the White House lunch post on this comment section but the sentiment would be wasted.

jerseyrepublican

Anonymous said...

Was not me, JR. But I don't think Tattoo's are cool anyway. I don't care what they say. I don't like them, I think they are all ugly, and would never get one. And hopefully none of my children will every get one.
Ellie.