Did he say, This time well get it white? Hunter joked, referring to Romneys narration that this time, well get it right. Maybe hes not running for the presidency of the United States, maybe hes running for the presidency of Caucasia-stan or some place that doesnt have anyone of color in it, she said, referring to a mock-country made up entirely of caucasians. In his ad theres not one single person of color, she continued. This America that he wants to reclaim, or that people want back, where does it exist exactly? Roberts noted that the ad was created solely for the web and is probably not really meant to bring in the non-converted, and then asked Republican strategist Joe Watkins whether theres a danger in giving the base a white-only face. MSNBC Contributor: Is Mitt Romney Running For Presidency Of Caucasia-stan? | Mediaite [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxch-yi14BE]Will The Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up (feat. Eminem) - YouTube[/ame] Romney campaign ad criticized for lack of diversity - Video on msnbc.com [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBxPv8C58dg&feature=player_embedded]The Promise of America - YouTube[/ame] You got to admit, "This time we'll get it right" is hilarious. If Republican policies were wrong, then returning to them is "right"? Does that even make sense?