It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…
Mitt Romney recently returned from a very successful trip to England (met with British PM David Cameron) so it’s no surprise more of our European friends are paying attention to him and his ads:
The Polish Law and Justice party unveiled ads today that bear a striking resemblance to a Mitt Romney ad.
Full translated script after the jump, courtesy of Polish journalist Micha? Kolanko:
“Mr Tusk, can you hear me, I’m not a worldwide crisis. I’m Polish.” (pensioner)
“I’m not a hillbilly, I’m Polish.”
“I’m not cringeworthy, I’m Polish.”
“I’m not a bump in the road, I’m Polish.” (mechanic)
“I’m not anti-Polish, I’m rooting for Poland.”
Voiceover: “Mr Tusk, that will be all, thank you. It’s time for a courageous decisions. Law and Justice.”
The Polish Law and Justice Party (PiS) is a conservative political party formed in Poland in 2001 with an emphasis on decommunization. PiS understands that the free-market principles Mitt Romney believes in and has successfully employed throughout his life are the best hope for growth and prosperity in their nation. Poland’s unemployment rate in May was at 9.2%.
► Jayde Wyatt