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Using the exact same technology that Clint Eastwood used at the RNC, we have secured an exclusive interview with Invisible Mitt Romney.  Enjoy.

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Matt: Alright coming up next here on the Matthew Filipowicz show, we have a very special guest.  Using the same technology that allowed angry grandpa Clint Eastwood to interview Invisible Obama at the Republican National Convention, the Matthew Filipowicz show is proud to announce that we have secured an interview with Invisible Mitt Romney.  New York Times style journalist and Matthew Filipowicz Show correspondent Evgenia Q. Hernandez-Flotts has the interview. Evgenia, take it away.

Evgenia: This is Evgenia Q. Hernandez Flotts for the Matthew Filipowicz show. Invisible Mitt Romney, thank you so much for making the time for an interview with this progressive radio program in the midst of your very busy schedule. Since we ARE on the radio, and you ARE invisible, please say something so our listeners know you’re here.

SILENCE

Thank you! Now, Invisible Mitt Romney, Rolling Stone recently reported that at Bain and Company, while Bain owed millions to the federal government, you exercised a contract clause allowing you to pay giant bonuses to Bain executives instead of paying back creditors, including the federal government. What do you have to say about this?

SILENCE

Why thank you, I just got it cut-- Sir! Please don’t change the subject. Will you answer my question?

SILENCE

Sir, that’s very sexist. How about this. As you may know, a group of Harvard Business School professors recently went public with plans for helping the U.S. economy recover. Many of their proposals, including slowing or reversing outsourcing, raising taxes and investing in job training are directly at odds with the Republican party platform. As a graduate of HBS yourself, what is your comment?

SILENCE

Sir, please stop humming Careless Whispers, we are trying to do a show.

SILENCE

How dare you, sir! How dare you! OK, let’s move one. on a positive note, many of my friends in Massachusetts would like to thank you for what you did in establishing RomneyCare, the public health care program for low income people. They say it provides excellent care and has saved them from crushing debt and worsening illness. They would love to see it taken nationwide. What is your response to this praise?

SILENCE

Let ‘em Die!?!? Invisible Mitt Romney, I am horrified at your callous response to your former citizens. OK, our time is almost up. I understnad your wife uses Pinterest. What does she think about that barbecue cheese dip everyone repins? It looks kind of gross, but yet I’m intrigued?

SILENCE

You don’t have a position. Fabulous. I am Evgenia Q. Hernandez-Flotts.  Invisible Mitt Romney, thank you so much for speaking to the Matthew Filipowicz show.  Hey, get out hand out of my purse!!!

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