TOLEDO, Ohio — Mitt Romney may be buttoned-down on the stump, but according to one campaign aide, when he’s with friends, he does a pretty convincing impression of the characters in O Brother, Where Art Thou?
The aide didn’t expand on the nature of the impressions, so it remains unknown if Romney has ever graced his staff with a rendition of the fictional Soggy Bottom Boys’ hit song, “Man Of Constant Sorrow.”
But Romney has said in the past that the Oscar-nominated Cohen brothers’ film—which stars George Clooney and is based on Homer’s Odyssey—is his favorite movie.
Below, we’ve included a clip from the movie, for the purposes of highly responsible speculation.
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