Last week, Mitt Romney released his first election ad titled “Day One,” in which the narrator describes what the first day of a Romney presidency would look like over a video of positive, patriotic images. As we reported, David Letterman mocked the ad by creating his own “Day Two” ad. On his ABC late-night program Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel followed suit, giving the original Romney ad a more literal twist.
Instead of creating a new mock ad altogether, Kimmel’s team changed the “Day One” narration to be more literal. Kimmel suggested this new narration actually suits the Romney message better:
What would a Romney presidency be like? Day one: Machines. Trucks. Mexicans. An American flag. Guys wearing hats. Ties. And tractors. A black lady. More American flags. Dockers. Happy old guy. Black friend. More American flags. Black lady again. Hey, let’s have sex in a field. I’m Mitt Romney and I approve this message.
Check out the clip below, via ABC:
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