BANGOR, Maine - Mitt Romney's presidential campaign pulled into the town that was made famous by country music artist Johnny Cash with his 50s song "I Drove Up To Bangor, But She Was Gone."
Romney, 65, speaking at The Chicken of The Sea Jr. College informed the crowd that things with his campaign are going along about as smooth as vanilla pudding on guacamole dip.
Tabitha Tula Wishywater with GOPicky Magazine asked him who he is considering to be his running mate in the campaign to take the White House.
Romney told her that he and his wife Ann, 63, and unofficial campaign adviser and close friend Kathryn Limbaugh, 35, had discussed that very issue yesterday.
He noted that the three talked about it as they were having dinner at The Red Glowing Crab Seafood Diner located across the street from The Fishy Smell Pawn Shop.
The former governor of Massachusetts said that after about a 25 minute conversation Ann, Kathryn, and he decided that as of right now, the person who would best help his GOP ticket is Rush Limbaugh, 61.
Romney remarked that the three feel that due to the fact that Rush has a national radio talk show it would give his campaign a tremendous amount of free publicity.
He also added that his wife Ann and Rush's wife Kathryn get along so well since both love shopping at expensive clothing stores, jewelry stores, shoe stores, and cosmetic stores.
Romney then mentioned that he and Rush also get along very well especially when it comes to hair products, their love for basketball card collecting, and their dislike for Democrats.
In Other News. President Obama was asked who he favors to win the NBA title between The Miami Heat and The Oklahoma City Thunder. He did not hesitate to say that he is rooting for the Heat since their superstar LeBron James last week gave his daughters Malia and Sasha each a $1,000 gift certificate to Toys 'R' Us.