Ahhh, how fun it is to have fun at the expense of somebody I find so repellant! (Though 'repellant' is too colorful a word for Romney; his blandness is just another reason to hate him.) This purports to be the secret memoir of the "real" Mitt Romney--and thus does a brilliant job of lampooning the dullest guy in politics. Romney's blandness leaves the 'editor' (writer John Sedgwick) a blank slate upon which to draw a very funny portrait of The Man and His Hair... Ironically enough, it actually gives him some personality; I like *this* Mitt better than the real one. (Still wouldn't vote for him, though.)
The left is very predictable, it is only in their small world that a successful businessman and the free market that helps millions of people reach their dreams are evil; this clearly is a desperate case of trying to help a presidency that's been a disaster.