Presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, promised his followers a “Vanilla Revolution” if he were to win the White House in November. Romney’s speech in front of an enthusiastic crowd of supporters, drew huge cheers when he promised his administration will remove the “black cloud” that has been forming over the country the past four years. Romney appears to be making the idea of a “vanilla revolution” a major focus of his campaign strategy. “It’s time somebody stood for plain folks and plain things,” said Romney supporter, Harlin A. Smith, of Point Bluff, Minnesota. “To many of these damn politicians are promising us all this fancy stuff, when all we want are the basics,” added Smith’s wife Thelma. “If you can tell anything about Mitt, it’s that he’s a plain guy with a plain plan for the plain folks,” said Jeff Davis, of Indian Falls, Oklahoma.
Romney has indicated that if elected he will tone down all the fancy stuff that’s going on in the White House. According to Romney spokesman, Alan K. Ryerson, “Our guy is going to be the least flashy President since Calvin Coolidge.” “Our polls show that this is what American’s want, plainness and nothing more and we’re going to give it to them,” he said.