Romney Soars in Polls After George Lopez and Susan Sarandon Promise to Move to Canada If Obama Loses
With just one day to go before America’s presidential election, dozens of polling organizations across the country are reporting that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is now soaring in the latest polls following George Lopez and Susan Sarandon’s vow to move to Canada if President Barack Obama loses.
According to every poll conducted since Lopez and Sarandon made their promise, including those by CNN, Rasmussen and Real Clear Politics, Romney continues to pick up gains among crucial undecided voters, who may be uncertain as to whom they should vote for president, but are clearly certain of their disdain for George Lopez and Susan Sarandon.
“I’m pro-choice, pro-Obamacare, and all for making the rich pay their fair share,” Steven Carter, an undecided voter from the crucial swing state of Ohio, told Hollywood & Swine. “But the chance to finally get rid of George Lopez and Susan Sarandon is just too good to pass up. That’s why I’m voting for Romney.”
In addition to undecided voters, Romney has also managed to make large-scale inroads among Democratics, many of whom see the problem of the ever-annoying Sarandon and Lopez one of the greatest issues facing the country today.
“It’s been proven that George Lopez has taken jobs away from qualified late-night talk show hosts,” said longtime Democrat Mike Driscoll. ”With him out of the country, that problem will now be resolved.”
The Romney camp is trying to capitalize on their new momentum by sending copies of George Lopez’s cancelled TBS late night show “Lopez Tonight” and several of Sarandon’s worst movies, including “Mr. Woodcock” and “Speed Racer” to millions of voters across the country.
But in a desperate attempt to stop Romney from capitalizing on the anti-Lopez sentiment, President Obama has announced he is deporting Lopez to Mexico later today, even though he was born in the United States. Obama’s campaign is also planning a last minute media blast releasing ads attempting to convince voters that celebrity conservatives Jon Voight, Kelsey Grammar, and Stephen Baldwin will leave America if Obama is reelected.
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