7 Reasons Mitt Romney Belongs On 'Arrested Development'

What can I say, I love "Arrested Development." I also love animated gifs. And in a can't-help-looking-at-car-crashes kind of way, I've been loving watching the Romney campaign the last few weeks. There's nothing better than putting together everything you love.

7 Reasons Mitt Romney Belongs On 'Arrested Development'

#1. Like George Bluth, Mitt Romney prefers to keep his money offshore and away from government regulation and taxation.

#2. Both Mitt Romney and Gob Bluth have spent significant portions of their careers working to maximize profits for themselves and their shareholders, often at the expense of workers and families.

#3. Like Lucille, Mitt Romney is tight-lipped with the press and likes to hold closed-door meetings to bash his own workers and other members of the freeloading 47%.

#4. Mitt Romney supports tax cuts for wealthy land developers like the Bluth Company and opposes government support for families who lost their homes in the mortgage crisis.

#5. Do you really expect the guy in the $6,000 suit to hold the elevator for some government-dependent moocher? Come on!

#6. Mitt Romney and Dr. Tobias Fünke are both loving, faithful family men whose devout religious beliefs keep them free from scandalous distractions.

#7. Mitt Romney and George Michael do the exact same thing at the end of every day.

Need a mood boost to help you sail through the weekend? Here are 10 moments that brought joy to our hearts and a smile to our faces this week. Enjoy!

1. How much does this sweet little boy adore his baby sister? So darn much.

Oh, to be loved with this much enthusiasm! The sheer adoration on his face. What a lucky little sister.

2. Teens raise thousands for their senior trip, then donate it to their community instead.

When it came time for Islesboro Central School's Class of 2021 to pick the destination for their senior class trip, the students began eyeing a trip to Greece or maybe even South Korea. But in the end, they decided to donate $5,000 they'd raised for the trip to help out their community members struggling in the wake of the pandemic instead.

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