On Friday, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney rented the spacious digs of the 65,000-seat Ford Field, the home of the NFL's Detroit Lions, to detail his economic plan for America.
What he got was a public relations blooper reel, with press photographers taking photos of a near-empty football stadium.
As it turned out, only 1,600 people came. Usually, it's impressive when someone speaks in front of almost 2,000 people. But, when you rent out a football stadium, and there are over 60,000 unoccupied seats, AND you can almost fit your entire audience in one of the end zones, you need to ask your advance people:
"Now, what were we thinking?"
Saturday, February 25, 2012
As Glenn Reynolds would say. The ever-plucky Red Squirrel espies an epic fail:
I'm thinking they were Santorum moles.