Advice for Mitt Romney
It’s odd that I, a candidate for President of the United States, would give an opponent advice. But after Mitt Romney bungled his foreign campaign trip, I can offer him some friendly advice. There are only 98 days until Election Day and I doubt he will be doing any more campaigning overseas. Below is some tidbits he can use abroad:
- Answer the media’s questions. – If you don’t talk to the media, the media will attack. They will say that you are “out of touch” or that other candidates give out better donuts at press conferences.
- Find out the cultures of the countries you will visit and don’t step on their toes. – People will frown on incidents like eating bacon at the Wailing Wall or saying “Erin go Bragh” at a bar in London.
- Mingle with the people. – You represent America more than most Americans because you are applying for leadership. America has a bad image overseas except for cities after I have campaigned there. The more likable America is, the less likely we will be attacked in the future.
- Refrain from bragging about America’s greatness. America is a great country, but the first thing people will do after hearing that is ask, “If it’s a great country, why in the hell are you campaigning in my country?”.
Follow this advice in the future and you will have a more successful trip overseas. The people there will tweet the people here to vote for you. (Unless they don’t have a Twitter account.)
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