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Sadly, this is my final animation for Daily Kos Comics. I'm going to be spending the next several months (at least through Election Day) writing "Disalmanac: A Compendium of Fact-Like Facts," which Perigee/Penguin will publish in 2013. It's a book based on my Twitter feed, podcast and blog.

I want to thank all the Daily Kos Comics cartoonists, but especially Mr. Tom Tomorrow for his hard work in creating and running Daily Kos Comics, and I also want to thank Tom and Markos for inviting me to do these animations for you. And I want to thank everybody in the Daily Kos community--keep up the great work! There's a LOT to be done!

After the cut: a transcript of Mr. Romney's remarks.

MITT ROMNEY: This is so much fun. It's so much fun running for president, I gotta tell ya. It is fun being here with you. This is kind of historic, you know that? To all be together on a, on a morning like this and uh, to be in the bright sunshine in a beautiful place and to be running for president with your help, we're doin' this together! This is not about me. This is not about me. You're not here because I'm some spectacular speaker, y'all know better than that. Yer. You're, you're not here just because the Republican Party is the answer to all things, you know better than that. You know instead this is America. And Amer, America is the answer to all good things, and we are caring about our country. We wanna get it on track again, to care for ourselves and for the people of the world that love liberty!

Chicken and uh, you know, noodles, it's vuh, there's good, good German food right here.

Originally posted to Comics on Tue Jun 26, 2012 at 06:50 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos.

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