Last night, on the eve of GOP primaries in Alabama and Mississippi, Jon Stewart checked in with Mitt Romney's "southern strategy" to see how it was going. What he found: "Morning, y'all," "cheesy grits," – a whole lot of southern-fried pandering. "You look like a guy who just stepped off the Monopoly Board," said an eye-rolling Stewart. "You really think you're going to appeal to southerners by finding reference with them on the issues that matter most to them: their accent and choosing the right breakfast starch?" Watch the clip:
Jon Stewart on Mitt Romney's 'Southern-Fried Pandering'
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