According to a recent Gallup poll, the two candidates voters are most likely to pick as a nominee are Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Romney boasts 20 percent of voter support and Gingrich 19 percent. Herman Cain follows closely behind with 16 percent among Republicans nationwide — although among only registered Republicans, Gingrich leads by a nose, with 22 percent to Romney’s 21 percent.
For voters having difficulty picking between the two (or still stuck on Santorum), here is a helpful side-by-side guide.
|loves talking with PowerPoints
|| loves talking
|disappointed that he is not the definite front-runner yet
||disappointed that he has not been canonized yet
|sent leftover pizza to the Obama campaign headquarters once, awkwardly
||would never send away perfectly usable pizza
|“Corporations are people, my friend.”
||“Right-wing social engineering”
|believes God visited America
||believes God visited America and served as speaker of the House in the 1990s
|has been a governor before
||“Has been president before, yes? No? I thought I had.”
|once worked for Bain Capital
||once worked as Bane of the Capitol
|bears an uncanny resemblance to Mr. Fantastic, who has an unnaturally stretchy body due to an accident in outer space, which could be useful in moments of crisis
||almost definitely the inspiration for Nute Gunray, a slimy alien in the Star Wars prequels who lacks a nose, which could be useful in moments of crisis.
|”There are a lot of reasons not to elect me.”
||”There’s no question at times of my life, partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked far too hard and things happened in my life that were not appropriate.”
|owes it all to his family and the faith of those who have supported him
||owes it all to Tiffany’s, but will probably be able to pay soon at the rate book sales are going