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In breaking, non-Kennedy related news, Vanity Fair’s blog has exposed the political scandal of the century. That is to say the minty fresh, plaque fighting political scandal of the century!

Ya see, yesterday Mitt Romney announced that he is forming an exploratory committee to run for President; this shocked no one as Romney’s been running for President essentially since 2007 and this announcement was as unexpected as, say, when Clay Aiken came out of the closet. However, by formally announcing his plans to be Robo-President, we got a chance to see his campaign’s new logo. Guess what? It looks nearly identical to the logo used by the toothpaste brand Aquafresh (check out the picture above).

If this scandal doesn’t doom Romney’s chances I don’t know what will. For one thing he already looks like a guy from an Aquavelva ad, now he is jackin’ Aquafresh’s style too? Not cool. Of course, the allusion to the toothpaste symbol may be intentional, as it references the fact that Mitt Romney is as exciting and dynamic as toothpaste, but that doesn’t excuse this blatant and silly rip off.

One only wonders when Donald Trump will reveal his campaign’s logo: a stripper insulting Rosie O’Donnell from a golden bathtub full of Crystal.


Written by Your Benevolent Editor

April 12, 2011 at 2:23 pm

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  1. […] they’re insane are getting their slogans and logos in order. We’ve already heard about Mitt Romney’s campaign’s minty-fresh plagarism, but what about Rick Santorum? Who can he rip off in his quest to solve our defict problems by […]

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