Top 10 Mitt Romney reactions to “The Help”


A little late, sure, but when isn’t he?
10. “I’m not concerned about Octavia Spencer’s hair getting in the gazpacho. We have a safety net there.” 9. “Caucasians are people, my friend.” 8. “The trees in that shot have got to be six inches taller than they were a minute ago. Who was working continuity on this thing?” 7. “I like being able to fire people who serve me dookie for dessert.” 6. “I don’t follow the Negroes as closely as some of their most ardent fans, but I do have some friends who own basketball teams.” 5. “That Emma Stone, heavens to Betsy I certainly would strap her to the roof of my car. (And by “the roof of my car,” I mean “my penis.”)” 4. “What do you want to bet Viola Davis ends up on a CSI in five years? Ten thousand bucks? Ten thousand dollar bet?” 3. “I know what it’s like to worry about whether or not you’re going to be served a poop pastry. There are times when I myself wondered if I was going to get a turd taco.” 2. “So, which one of these gals is the Lorax?” 1. “You have to admire the coloreds for everything they’ve accomplished since God forgave them.”


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