The bus snaked its way through Ohio's most affluent areas completing the Romney Ohio bus tour. Romney said he felt a special affinity to these wealthy people. Romney was all smiles and handshakes fondly saying "these millionaires are my kind of people." Romney accepted bushels of contributions and announced that "corporations are people too" as he was being mobbed by lobbyists. It was heartwarming to see Romney pretend that it wasn't about the money.
The tour was carefully routed around Ohio's irresponsible working class neighborhoods. Romney pointed out that those losers won't vote for him so why should he pretend to care about them. He said, "those poor people haven't contributed much to my campaign. All of the poor people in the country probably couldn't contribute as much as one Koch brother. Why would I give a crap about them."
A reporter asked Romney if that was his dog on the roof of the bus. Romney said, "you can't prove that's my dog. I put a mask on him. Besides, I can do anything I want now because I have enough money to buy 53% of the vote."