Parody video uses Romney’s own voice to mock his candidacy
A parody video uploaded to YouTube by Hugh Atkin last week uses audio clips of Mitt Romney to poke fun at the Republican presidential candidate. In the video, Romney can be heard explaining that his time as governor of Massachusetts was like a mini-skirt: short and revealing. Romney also said his history of flip-flopping allowed him to represent all Americans, because “the American people have differing views.”
“Mitt is large. He contains multitudes,” Atkin wrote in the description of the video, applying Walt Whitman’s verse about self-contradiction to Romney.