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SNL mocks Mitt Romney's sincerity

Saturday Night Live recently jabbed Mitt Romney over his history of saying whatever his latest audience wants to hear. This blank slate effect has become the core weakness of his presidential campaign.

In the cold open, SNL mocked the Republican frontrunner for claiming "to be interested in things we know he is not interested in." He goes above and beyond pandering to Massachusetts liberals and conservatives crowds of today. In the clip, he also spouts people-pleasing lines at a D&D event and a pro-piercing convention.