Would anyone in the world want Andrea Saul’s job?  Looks like she doesn’t either.

So the beleaguered Ms. Saul, after bravely trying to scoop up Mitt’s droppings across the international stage, really manages to (if you’re a right wing dittohead), as they say, Step In It when responding to questions about an ad put up by an Obama supporting PAC.  Here is the ad:

And her crime?  When asked for a response to the ad she suggested that if this family lived in Taxachusetts they could have relied on, wait for it, ROMNEYCARE!!  Thus effectively causing massive head assploshuns throughout greater Wingnuttistan.  Is Romney’s campaign effectively all but over?  Will Ms. Saul be given the bum’s rush out of the campaign?  Can the Nutters & TeaBaggers ever truly, truly trust Willard again (assuming they ever really did)?

Stay tooned!

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Well, poor Andrea, never tell the truth if you are a Romney staffer.  I actually feel sorry for having to front for a vapid, soulless creature that is our Mittens.  He has either been running away from his own positive history (Romneycare) or lying about it (Bain, Olympics, his earlier life, his taxes, and on and on) so Andrea’s job really sucks and we haven’t even got to the Convention yet when she would presumably…um…shine, I guess.

It’s a fascinating thin line—Romneycare is a real thing Romney did as governor. It was a good idea. Just about everyone knows something about it. It can be a real thing in his resume, but it only effects the campaign—

If it’s mentioned out loud. It’s like Bloody Mary or Beetlejuice. I think she gets to say it two more times before something awful happens to her, but I’m not really sure how this is supposed to work. I’m not sure how any of Romney’s spox think it’s supposed to work.

(I also now think this is why it’s probably Portman over Pawlenty in the veepstakes—the “Obamneycare line is too close. Also, Pawlenty apparently has some kind of tax return to-do of his own, as well.)

Never, ever dreamed this campaign would be so verrrry entertaining. Exploding heads, TEA Party turf wars, zombie neocons and now, this . . . someone left the cake out in the rain, Andrea, all the sweet green icing flowing down . . . and you’ll never have that recipe again.  Sad.

Rabid rabble gop base has a sad. :-(

Did y’all see the clip of Ann Coulter on Sean Hannity’s show screaming for Saul’s head? OMG. It was on the Lawrence O’Donnell show. Anything that makes Coulter, Erick Erickson, et al, pop a ‘roid like that is allllll gooooood.

I feel sorry for that poor bastard in the ad. First his wife dies, now he’s going to get a torrent of semi-coherent death threats from enraged teabaggers.

How DARE a Romney staffer express any sort of sentiment that this non-job-creator’s wife should not have died? None of the other Republicans have had F-all to say about it.

Countdown to her quitting to “spend more time with her family” in 5…4…3…

Romney was quick to throw his foreign policy adviser under the bus when the wingnuts were jumping up and down about the dude being gay and pro-marriage equality, so if I were Saul, I wouldn’t buy any green bananas for the office.

On the other hand, Romney has been remarkably steadfast in his refusal to release anymore tax returns. That may turn out to be the one immutable principle Mittens possesses, or maybe he’s so sure the wingnuts have no where else to go that he’s finally feeling free to tell them to sod off. Nahhh.

Never, ever dreamed this campaign would be so verrrry entertaining. Exploding heads, TEA Party turf wars, zombie neocons and now, this . . . someone left the cake out in the rain, Andrea, all the sweet green icing flowing down . . . and you’ll never have that recipe again.  Sad.

Once again, I am looking forward to the convention- Romney’s nomination is not a done deal.  If some Paulbots try something funny with the delegate count, it may result in a widening spiral of dissention.  Christmas, my good people, has come early!

It’s another unforced error by the Romney campaign, but did anyone really think he’d be able to avoid the issue after the convention? He’s going to be eaten alive on this by the Dems, but now he’s getting it from both sides.

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