Music icon and fashion horror story, Cher, has a problem with underwear. Not hers, of course (nor the fact that she often mistakes hers as outerwear). With Mitt Romney's. Because his underthings are ultra weird and scary -- pssst! Romney thinks his underwear is magic!!
Behold, her twittery wisdom:
"I Feel if he [Obama] doesn't get all his DUCKS IN A ROW we'll b forced 2 listen 2Uncaring Richy Rich! The whitest man in MAGIC UNDERWEAR in the WH!"
Maybe it's just me, but I don't think Cher is the right one to be pointing fingers here. I mean, if anyone's underwear looks like it is about to sprout wings and start shouting, "Expelliarmus!" it's Cher's. Not to mention the other glaring ironies - that she not only happens to be white, but according to Forbes Magazine, she is richer than the old GOP devil himself, by upwards of $55 million.
But, she cares, so I guess that's the difference. (Celebrities: they may not know what they are talking about, but they "care.")
Well, I hate to disappoint you, Cher, but Mitt Romney's underwear isn't magic. And if you were to suggest such a thing to his face, I think he might manage to unzip his business-like demeanor long enough to give you a hearty guffaw. He might even snort a little. I mean, for heaven's sake, magic underwear? Really?
Yes, many members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (myself included) wear what are called "garments" underneath their regular clothing. It's simply a reminder of promises they have made to God in temples.
But I realize that such a boring and reasonable explanation would defeat the purpose of making Romney look like a backwards religious nutcase, and I hate to spoil your party, so I'll let you get back to your "tolerant" and "understanding" ways.
Right after I make fun of this outfit. Honestly, Cher, what were you thinking?