Wondering what's on Mitt Romney's iPod? Wonder no more. We think we know.
If Mitt Romney wins tonight in the primaries, he'll be one step closer to earning the Republican nomination to run against incumbent president Barack Obama. Romney has a ton of money, an impeccable head of hair and a hustler's spirit. While everybody's all worried about the economy this and recession that, we're focused on more important matters -- namely, what's on Mitt's iPod?
10. The Humpty Dance - Digital Underground
There's no reason not to believe Mitt Romney isn't somewhere pumping this joint at sky-high volumes with an ill dip in his hip screaming the lyrics, "Yo, ladies, oh, how I like to hump thee/And all the rappers in the top ten, please allow me to bump thee."
9. 99 Problems - Jay-Z
If Romney is going to beat Barack Obama, he'd better start counting not only his problems, but his prayers. Obama assassinated a world terrorist, called Kanye West a "jackass" and generally walks around like a gangster. If anything can buck up Romney's self-esteem, it's this Rick Rubin-produced track.
8. "Don't Stop Believing" - Journey
Regardless of what we think of the guy, he's doing very well in his run for presidency this time around. He never stopped believing, and from the looks of it, he'll never stop believing. Mitt Romney has enough money to believe forever. Hell, he can buy your belief if he wants to.
7. "Party All the Time" - Eddie Murphy
Not only do we think this song on Romney's iPod, but if and when he wins the Republican nomination, we're fully expecting him to do the mother of all victory dances to this one.
6. "Lollipop" - Lil Wayne
Somebody get Romney Auto-Tuned already! Straight up, we can just imagine Mitt getting down to this joint: "Shawty want a thug/Bottles in the club." The possibilities are just endless. Besides, every presidential candidate needs a sex anthem.Next Page
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