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Meat Loaf Endorses Romney

Performing after the band Big & Rich at a Romney rally last night, Meat Loaf offered the candidate an unusual, rambling endorsement in which the 65-year-old rocker mentioned that he had never been involved in politics before, that the Cold War is not over, and that “Paul Ryan has not pushed [him] off the cliff in a wheelchair.” What do you think?

  • “Congratulations, Mitt, on your sweatiest endorsement yet.”

    Lucas Groom
    Marine Machinist
  • “He makes a good point, but I think, in a lot of ways, the Cold War is over.”

    Patricia Rosenthal
    Vocational Adviser
  • “Did Big & Rich by any chance mention who they were supporting for president?”

    Dennis Nykvist
    Systems Analyst