As the neverending 2012 Republican primary continues its slog to mediocrity, the candidates are working harder and harder to gain favor in voters' hearts and minds. And when it comes to awkward pandering, no one panders harder or more awkwardly than former Massachusetts governor Mittbot Romney. While addressing a crowd in Mississippi, he tried his very hardest to fit in— with predictably hilarious/embarrassing results.
During a campaign stop in the Magnolia state, he robotically told voters that he was becoming culturally assimilated to the curious ways of the Southlings, saying, "I am learning to say y'all, and I like grits and things. Strange things are happening to me."
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