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In what could have been a real sleeper, we were amazed at the unintended unveiling of yet another Mitt Romney. This was not the usual consistently inconsistent Mitt Romney, for we've seen all those guys before. In fact, many have actually warmed up to some of the many Mitts on display.

Last night, Mr. Romney's  frightening portrayal of a driven psychotic, harboring a severe multiple personality disorder during the foreign policy debate made for some great TV. However entertaining, this latest Mitt was wearing our face for the evening's event and it scared the $hit out of us. This version of Mitt Romney was talking dialog and diplomacy for peace. Where the hell did that stuff come from. We thought the peace through negotiation was Barack Obama's message.

While we recognize President Obama don't hold the copywriter or trade mark on seeking peaceful solutions, but to steal your opponent's message in front of an international audience and not think anyone would notice is crazy. Imagine the horror of witnessing your opponent parroting your very policies with passion and vigor.

The only discernible difference was, he'd do it more and better. His presentation was so non compos mentis we won't even try to delineate any real daylight between the adversaries on how they'd deal with China, Russia, Iran and the Israelis. We'll leave that to the wonkish wankers of politics. We think it far more important to understand how such a blatantly flawed mind rose to political eminence again.

It was only four years ago, John McCain brought Sarah Palin out of the woods of Alaska in an effort to convince the nation she was mentally fit. Mentally fit for what exactly, the world may never know. But mentally fit to function as a thinking adult is a stretch by anyone's measure.

Stranger things are amiss than money and corruption in U.S politics when screwballs and crackpots continually breach the political booby hatch. Conveniently, few alarms are ever setoff alerting the electorate that "odd types" are on the loose seeking sponsor and funding for public office.

It was obvious to us, Mr. Romney was not only a danger to the president, but to the nation for being allowed to proceed this far into the presidential election process. How Mr. Romney escaped having his sanity properly scrutinized when his symptoms were so pronounced, is in itself, a serious breach of national security.

For months the nation was focusing Mr. Romney's tax returns , when more attention should have been given to his psych evaluation. Without addressing the defect in detecting the defective, you leave the nation exposed to unimaginable consequences.

At some point the moderator should have motioned for the Secret Service keep an eye on any sudden movements taken by Mr. Romney. Clearly, the former governor presented a threat to the president. No sweaty nervous nelly exhibiting behaviors of a certifiable schizophrenic should be allowed to remain in close proximity to the leader of the free world.  

Hence, right after the final election results are in, we're demanding an examination of Mr. Romney's mental instabilities and an investigation into why said examination has yet to be called for by anyone else.

Bottom line, Mitt Romney is Nutz! There, somebody had to say it. But we can't stop there. America has to do something about this madness. We don't know how many more "Mitt Romnies" are lurking about. It be thousands. Hell, this really is a scary Halloween show.

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