Eminem parody video takes on ‘The Real Mitt Romney’

Holly Bailey
The Ticket

Mitt Romney has been savaged on the campaign trail by rivals who say he's flip-flopped on key issues. But a new video illustrating Romney's credibility problem didn't come from any of his Republican opponents or even President Barack Obama's campaign—but rather from a random Australian named Hugh Atkin.

"Will the Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up" is a mash-up of Romney's own words played to Eminem's "The Real Slim Shady" and features some pretty legitimate rhymes about the candidate's stances on everything from the economy to abortion.

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