Huffington Post – Mitt Romney appeared on Univision Wednesday alongside Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas, but something was a little peculiar about his appearance — his skin tone. Looking back at the hundreds of photos logging his every moment on the campaign trail, the Republican presidential nominee is usually not so shockingly tan. While his orangey-brown appearance on Univision could have been the result of bad lighting or a makeup mishap, left-wing blog the Democratic Underground concluded that Romney “dyed his face brown for his Univision interview.” The claim is not completely out of the ballpark. After all, as Gawker points out, Romney did say “it would be helpful to be Latino,” in a video secretly recorded at a campaign fundraiser earlier this year. Appearing at a campaign fundraiser in Atlanta, Georgia, before his Univision interview, Romney showed a bit more color, but nowhere near the amount of bronze as seen on stage at the 6:30 p.m. ET filming. If Romney did indeed alter his skin tone, it was likely done in the past few days. Three days earlier, on Sunday, Sept. 16, Romney appeared much paler when he landed in Missouri.
50 Shades of Mitt! Look Mitt Romney is the whitest dude that has ever walked the face of the earth. His name is Mitt. He wears jeans like this:
There is a 0% chance this guy could get any Puerto Ricans to vote for him. Unless of course he tricks those slippery Hispanics! They probably don’t even know who he is yet. If he hasn’t been on Telemundo or Univision they probably have never seen him. So paint your face brown and drop a little “Hola. Yo tengo un hamburguesa in mi pantalones. Arriba la raza!” Speak the language. Play the part. Somebody tell me how coloring in your face with a Burnt Siena Crayola Crayon to trick Mexicans is any different than Obama talking white to persuade the honkeys into voting for him. No different. Mitt’s a hustler. And all’s fair in love and war and duping Latinos into making your the next president of the United States.
For real though, if I’m a Latino I’m thinking to myself – Mitt Romney wants to be President so bad he’s willing to become Puerto Rican for it. Thats the ultimate sacrifice. That would earn my vote.