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Monday, 18 June 2012

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Today at a fundraiser for President Obama something very unusual happened. The Mitt Romney tour bus began circling the event, honking its horn and tossing out campaign stickers to event participants.

One participant, long-time Democrat Megan Schincter, stated, "Well I never realized how ballsy Mitt Romney was until now. I am really considering changing parties because I like his style. This was a stunt that Obama should have pulled but didn't have the backbone for."

Other participants booed and jeered the bus, but all agree that it took a lot of balls to crash the event. Event planners spent the next 8-hours attempting to get people inside the auditorium to listen to the President, but after this stunt only a handful of people went inside to list to the President.

Campaign manager David Axelrod slammed the stunt as one of the most non-violent drive-bys he has ever seen, but nevertheless the President's character was blown away by the drive-by. Axelrod stated, "This stunt may not have been violent, but President Obama's character has taken a huge blow from Mitt Romney and we've got to figure out how to retaliate."

Marty Blastowitz stated that it was an eerie moment similar to watching a predatory shark circling its prey. The Romney tour bus just slowly circling the block, honking its horn, riders throwing out campaign materials for Romney, and then slowly driving off as leisurely as it had arrived.

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