New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte (pictured here trying not to gag) is one of several rumored short-listers who have appeared with Romney on the campaign trail – along with a slew of other losers.
Ayotte plans to meet with presumptive GOP nominee Romney and march with him at a Fourth of July parade today in Wolfeboro, N.H.
The tour, also known as “Loser Quest for a Veep,” has unearthed some of the following as possible candidates:
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (who has been playing coy but would wet his voluminous pants if asked); Ohio Sen. Rob Portman (R), and former Minnesota Gov.Tim Pawlenty (R) representing the Catholic Church.
Pawlenty, another short-lister, has set his differences aside with Mutt – even though he considers him a cult member (it’s the same as Mormon in the Pope’s eyes), and has even promised not to joke about Mutt’s “magic underwear” if he agrees to quit ribbing him about those altar boy incidents a few years back.
Romney has made one thing clear – he has no special vetting process and will probably pick his sidekick after a one-on-one meeting with Joseph Smith who will instruct him on which clown to pick.
Regardless of who Mutt picks, you know they’re going to be his attack dog when the campaign gets in the trenches this September.