Is Mitt Romney a unicorn?

The Arizona Secretary of State, Ken Bennett has announced that he may keep Barack Obama off the ballot because of “questions” whether the president was born in America.  What provoked him to do so?  Sternly worded emails:

Bennett, the state’s No. 2 elected official just below Gov. Jan Brewer (R), said his investigation isn’t personal. He said the reason he started looking into it is because he got more than 1,200 emails asking him to do so. (source)

But what about Mitt Romney?  What about the persistent rumors that Mitt Romney is in fact, a unicorn?  There has never been a conclusive DNA test proving that Mitt Romney is not a unicorn.  We have never seen him without his hair — hair that could be covering up a horn

No, we cannot prove it.  But we cannot prove that it is not the case.  And if Mitt Romney is or may be a unicorn, he is not Constitutionally qualified to be president.

1,200 emails were enough to get Bennett to launch an “investigation” of the president’s birth, and come out with this statement.  So 1,200 messages to him regarding unicorn Romney should be enough for him to launch an investigation on that front as well.

Send Ken Bennett a message.  Tell him America demands that Romney be investigated, and that the truth come out.  Is he a unicorn or not?  

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About John Hlinko

John Hlinko is a frequent political pundit on TV, and the founder of Left Action, a network of over 1 million activists. He is also the author of, "Share, Retweet, Repeat: Get Your Message Read and Spread," ranked by Amazon.com as the # 1 "hot new release" in web marketing in early 2012. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook
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2 Responses to Is Mitt Romney a unicorn?

  1. Kazu Haga says:

    This is brilliant, but the link to the website is broken, you forgot to add the “.com”

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