Rafalca Romney Tweets From The Olympics

Rafalca Is A Horse, Of Course, Of Course …

Rafalca, the horse co-owned by Ann Romney and ignored by Mitt, is in London competing in the Olympic event called dressage.

Finally over jet lag. If you think flying coach is bad, I had to stand the whole way.

Airplane food is terrible, even in horse first class.

People who clean bathrooms gave me evil eye after we landed. Must have been something I ate.

Staying in a nice stable but it doesn't have an elevator like back home.

Getting a lot of attention because of Mitt. His campaign doesn't want me to do any interviews, like I'd be any worse …

Love the way Mitt is trying to make believe he doesn't even know me. Who do you think taught me my Piaffe routine?

Harry Reid tweeted me, asked me to ask Mitt to release his tax returns.

Been getting lot of grief when I go out in public because of Mitt's Olympics remarks. Pretty much keeping my ear buds in all the time.

Good thing Ann went with Mitt to Poland. Heard he wanted to lay a kielbasa on the war memorial.

Still laughing over Mitt's aide shouting at the press to "Kiss my ass. This is a holy site … "

Hey, check this out. After Mitt's stop in Israel, Sheldon Adelson created a $10 million PAC for me. lol.

I don't know what my chances are for a medal, but you have to figure the British judge will low-ball me.

If I win, wonder if I'll cry when they play the National Anthem. Bet Mitt will cry.

I guess if this dressage thing doesn't work out I can always go on "Dancing with the Stars." I mean, if Bristol Palin can do it …

Not Understanding the Price Point

President Obama is planning one of his regular visits to the nations ATM, lower Fairfield County, on Monday.

The local chapter of the Tea Party plans to protest … yawn.

What is interesting about the pit stop, however, are the ticket prices. To attend the fundraiser at the Stamford Marriott supporters will pay $500 a ticket. To get into the meet-and-greet at the Westport home of entertainment industry mogul Harvey Weinstein will cost you $38,500. Why $38,500? It's not like people who can pay $38,500 are going to balk at $40,000.

Put Up, No You Put Up, No You Put Up, No …

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