Republican Mitt Romney isn’t sure yet whether he’ll participate in the CNN/YouTube.com Republican debate in September, but he’s no fan of the format.
Methinks Mitty is skeered.
“I think the presidency ought to be held at a higher level than having to answer questions from a snowman,” he said in an interview yesterday.
Oh noes! Are you afraid the public might have some questions for you, even through a puppet? Perhaps Triumph the Insult Comic Dog might come after you to avenge Seamus. Or maybe Elmer Fudd will ask you questions about hunting. How about Ron Jeremy asking you a little something about porno, a subject which you know so much about. Max Factor might even enquire about makeup. Flipper could question you on your many stances on a number of issues.
Let’s face it, OvenMitt, you’re afraid of the American people. And this isn’t the “presidency.” This is the campaign. If you can’t take the heat, you’d best get out of the kitchen. Get used to it or get out.
I am reminded of this little ditty:
When danger reared it’s ugly head
He bravely turned his tail and fled.
Brave, brave, brave, brave Sir Mittens.
Update: America’s Mayor has already wimped out. Smooth move, Rudy. Could John McCain be next? Watch the RINOs run! Watch those chicken feathers fly!
Update 2: Within a minute of my update, JayPe quickly pointed out that maverick McCain has bucked the running RINO tendency to flee from a non-scripted debate. I owe him an apology. John McCain, you are a fine man and a war hero. And I deeply and humbly apologize for lumping you in with spineless chickens like Giuliani and Romney. Good luck in the debate.
Update 3: Michelle Malkin is right. Let the debates go on.
…conservatives shouldn’t abandon YouTube to the moonbats and jihadists.
Amen to that!
Update 4: Ask Mitt Nothing photo courtesy of Pinko Punko at 3 Bulls.