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For the last ten years or so, those of us who pay attention to the world and follow politics have taken note of a few things.

First of all, the world is not a fan of Republicans. Whether it's their incompetent handling of the war on terror, their bumbling on the economy, or their backwards-looking view on social issues, they have shown the world that nothing fails like the GOP.

And what has their response been? Empty, mean rhetoric. We've seen Clint Eastwood reduced to yelling at an empty chair, Romney's top advisers reducing Colin Powell's endorsement of President Obama to a matter of solely racial allegiance, four years of Republican obstructionism and putting party over country.

Secondly, for the past six years we have seen a meandering, unfocused and dishonest Mitt Romney running for President like a rudderless sail boat adrift at sea, saying whatever it is he thinks people want to hear. Whatever he thinks will get him one step closer to having the ultimate address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The ultimate flip-flopper.

And here, in this one (albeit animated) image is a perfect summation of Mitt's willingness to say whatever it takes to win. Principles and honesty be damned.

Spread this around like we only have two days left until the election. Make it go viral so people can easily be reminded of how sad this guy really is.

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