One of the more hysterical asides of the Republican circus act, better known as the GOP presidential primary season, is watching the non-Mittens candidates fall all over themselves as they try to take the seemingly intractable, life-size Ken Doll/Human/Alien hybrid down. While no one is thrilled with Mitt Romney, least of all the voters, his competition still can’t seem to topple him.
It’s a very bizarre dynamic we’ve got going on here, and it wasn’t lost on Jon Stewart, who took to the airwaves last night to mock the two debates in 12 hours and the candidates themselves, including Mr. Pious Bologna himself, Newt “Johnny Three Wives” Gingrich, and the aforementioned Republican lab experiment, Romney.
“It’s like the Republican primaries have become a telethon for electoral-dystrophy! It’s the 14th and 15th debate…I mean, they’re out of things to talk about!”
WATCH Part One (story continues below):
In part two, he takes the Republicans to task for their whining about the infusion of PAC money and their extreme, hypocritical dislike of Mitt Romney, since he is, after all, the very image of Republican avarice and soullessness reflecting back at themselves:
“You’re mad at Mitt Romney?! For God’s sake, it’s like Mitt Romney answered the Republican’s eHarmony ad, and now you’re saying it’s unfair! That it’s not what you meant! You don’t mean it that much!
“Mitt Romney is the pure distillation of Conservative economic policies, but now that you have to go up against him, now it’s unfair?!”
WATCH Part Two: