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Not that anyone's asking, but Sarah Palin has some advice to offer.
If there's one thing most sentient beings with at least two brain cells to rub together can agree on, it's that Mitt Romney should never, ever go off script. He's got a bad habit of saying awful things when he decides to not hold back. He'll tell you your homemade cookies suck. He'll insult your country. He'll confess that he doesn't care about 47 percent of the country because those people are just a bunch of deadbeat moochers anyway.

So of course, America's favorite moron has some laughably bad advice for Mitt Romney:

"With so much at stake in this election, both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan should 'go rogue' and not hold back from telling the American people the true state of our economy and national security," says Palin. "They need to continue to find ways to break through the filter of the liberal media to communicate their message of reform."
Pretty sure that isn't their problem, Sarah. See, Romney and Paul have communicated their message of reform pretty well. End Medicare. Get rid of the "collectivist" Social Security. Let Detroit go bankrupt. Speed the housing foreclosure crisis along so more people can lose their houses to predatory investors like Mitt. Make the working and middle class pay even more in taxes so that Romney can pay even less.

But hey, maybe Sarah's right. Maybe what they need to do is be even more extreme. Say even more offensive things. Try demonstrating disdain for more than 47 percent of the country. Surely that will resonate, right?

Originally posted to Kaili Joy Gray on Mon Sep 24, 2012 at 07:58 AM PDT.

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