Issue one: where is the joke here?
Issue two: what is wrong here? The socialist New York Times is talking about Mr. Willard “Mitt” Romney vising a NASCAR race (I hope that he got his shots first):
“But the crowd initially booed Mr. Romney, who occasionally struck a discordant note, as when he approached a group of fans wearing plastic ponchos. “I like those fancy raincoats you bought,” he said. “Really sprung for the big bucks.” And when asked if he was a fan of the sport, he mentioned that “I have some great friends who are Nascar team owners.” “
What is the deal here; why is this significant?
Also, the supporters of Barack HUSSEIN Obama are passing around this photo of a Romney rally in Detroit:
Versus one of Barack HUSSEIN Obama in 2008 (Madison, WI, about the same day in February):