While not official, the buying public is anxiously awaiting the announcement and release of the Etch A Sketch RSE (Romney Signature Edition), which is definitively NOT the same product manufactured by the Ohio Art Company baby boomers grew up with.
The Etch-A-Sketch RSE comes with one significant improvement from the childhood toy we have come to know. It allows RINO politicians running to become the Republican nominee for President of the United States to draw a picture reflecting conservative positions during the primary – then erase that picture and change it to the liberal positions that RINOs truly stand for.
In an interview with Think Progress – where else would a RINO go for an interview? – Mitt Romney advisor Eric Fehrnstrom (the innovator behind the EAS-RSE due to his extensive experience managing Romney’s RINO positions when he ran for governor) let the cat out of the bag before the official release scheduled for later this year.
HOST: Is there a concern that Santorum and Gingrich might force the governor to tack so far to the right it would hurt him with moderate voters in the general election?
FEHRNSTROM: Well, I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes. It’s almost like an Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it up and restart all of over again.
While Mitt-the-Flip is working hard to keep the EAS-RS from the voting public, we have secured a prototype from the Gingrich 2012 campaign at SketchyRomney.com.
The Etch A Sketch RSE – coming to a Presidential election near you.
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