With everyone from Donald Trump to Joss Whedon weighing in on Tuesday's election, it's about time Springfield's corporate behemoth and nuclear power plant owner made his presidential pick. "Despite those unimaginably horrible good jobs numbers, we're feeling pretty confident," Mr. Burns announces from his creepy mansion, Springfield's Republican Party HQ, flanked by binders full of women and photographs of Teddy Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan. While Mr. Burns refers to Romney as the "Mormon Mensch," loyal sidekick Smithers mulls a series of Romney mis-steps, from the 47 percent tape to "forcible haircuts."
The video, brought to you by FOX Animation, also includes an interview with with Romney's car roof-riding dog, Seamus, who's invited to choose between a "Broccoli" Obama and "Meat" Romney.
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