PHOENIX - Mitt Romney traveled to Arizona to meet with his old friend John McCain and ask him for some political pointers.
The two men met in one of the seven mansions owned by John McCain's wife Cindy.
Romney asked McCain what is the best advice he could possibly give him.
The former Vietnam POW looked at him and said, "George, I would say that the best advice that I can give you is to give you some good advice."
A puzzled Romney reminded him that George was his father and that he was Mitt.
McCain asked him what he was miffed about?
"No I'm Mitt. Mitt. M-I-T-T. Mitt." replied Romney.
"Hey fella," McCain shot back, I was in a Vietnamese prison camp for five years, you don't have to spell anything out for me you got that boy, b-o-y."
Romney then asked McCain what he thought about Rush Limbaugh.
McCain rolled his eyes and said that he did not like him and that he has never been able to trust a grown man who walks around with a 12-inch cigar stuck in his mouth.
Romney leaned over and gave McCain a fist bump and said "Ditto."
The senator from Arizona asked, "Now who the hell is this Ditto dude?"
Romney ignored him and said that he wanted to confide something to him.
He then leaned in and told him that the most recent polls show that he is losing lots of percentage points with the female voters.
Romney pointed out that he blames it all on Rush Limbaugh and the way he is constantly bad-mouthing women, and degrading them, insulting them, and saying that they're nothing but 'baby machines.'
McCain shook his head and said that his wife Connie cannot stand Limbaugh.
Romney corrected him by saying "You mean Cindy."
McCain rolled his eyes and remarked, "No hairdo boy, I said that my wife Carlota cannot stand old what's-his-name...Mount Rushmore Limbaugh."
"Old Mittens" looked at his watch and told McCain that he had to leave to go and address some GOP voters down in the bordertown of Nogales.
McCain smiled and said "Nogales? I remember that South Vietnamese hamlet. It was located about 17 clicks (kilometers) from Da Nang.
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