Earlier today, Twitchy introduced you to perhaps the most hated woman on Twitter today: the unnamed Mitt Romney donor who lamented to the Los Angeles Times that “the common person” just doesn’t get Romney’s message.
“My college kid, the baby sitters, the nails ladies — everybody who’s got the right to vote — they don’t understand what’s going on. I just think if you’re lower income — one, you’re not as educated, two, they don’t understand how it works, they don’t understand how the systems work, they don’t understand the impact.”
Naturally, this unnamed donor left things vague enough so that everyone could take offense.
Salon has since dubbed this conservative stereotype “Madam Range Rover,” and the left has managed to get considerable mileage out of her.
Romney’s Hamptons soiree: Madam Range Rover and “the nails ladies” http://t.co/vta82tpg
— David E. Ricketts (@dustynostrils) July 9, 2012
http://t.co/PrGwvtkV When raving cannibals are feeding on this woman's entrails in a burned out future america, I will laugh in my grave.
— .rob (@dotrob) July 9, 2012
"Then she picked her teeth with the bleached metacarpal of an indigent child and went off to get another cocktail." http://t.co/oYqOk9zW
— billpkrt (@billpkrt) July 9, 2012
Ironically, it’s more than just the taste of rich-person entrails that’s keeping the Hamptons trending on Twitter. Lest we forget, there are plenty of beautiful people to see long after Romney and friends have left town.
Two fun Hamptons sightings from the weekend. . . Scarlett Johanssen and Sir Paul McCartney http://t.co/Gr1KJ3jz
— jeffrey Slonim (@JeffreyJSlo) July 9, 2012
loving Gwyneth's feminine abode: http://t.co/G7Mqx2e6
— Framework Magazine (@FrameworkMag) July 9, 2012
Perhaps with Madam Range Rover on her way, the Hamptons can get back to business as usual.
i get it now, according to #LiberalLogic Romney fundraising in the Hamptons very bad, Obama fundraising with the Clooney's, very good
— Matthew Willbanks (@mvwillbanks) July 9, 2012