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Mitt Romney Makes Fun Of Himself And President Obama At A Charity Dinner

October 20. 2012

 

Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, cracked jokes about himself and U.S. President Barack Obama at a formal dinner in support of charity. Romney, tapping into unfair comments by Democrats about his wealth, stated he and wife Ann lounge around the house in formal wear, such as the tuxedo he was sporting for the night. He also made jokes about being on speaking terms with President Obama, even after the debate.

  

Barack Obama (left) and Mitt Romney (right)

Vice President Joe Biden was labeled a man who will laugh at anything, after his constant and sometime unexplained laughter during the vice presidential debate against Paul Ryan. Sesame Street's Big Bird also gets another diss. The question is, after the November 6, 2012 election, will Big Bird become a family meal at KFC (just kidding).

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