Mitt Romney Boston Market Bedpans

Mitt Romney: Boston Market For Thanksgiving And Cleaning Bedpans

San Diego, CA – Mitt Romney has reportedly been taking things easy since losing his bid to win the 2012 Presidential Election. According to the Daily Mail, Romney’s family even had a very casual Thanksgiving, ordering a turkey dinner from Boston Market because cooking a feast would have been difficult with all the relatives’ children running around the household. He even offered to help a friend undergoing a live transplant by changing his bedpan.

Romney sightings have become popular, with a haggard-looking Mitt Romney spotted gassing his car before visiting Disneyland California with grandkids. Romney’s biggest move lately has been to meet with President Obama for lunch. Using an iPad and emailing has become Romney’s friend, with the former Presidential candidate spending a lot of time communicating. He reportedly wrote to a friend going through a liver transplant: “I’ll change your bedpan, take you back and forth to treatment.”

Mitt Romney ordering a Boston Market meal might seem like a parody of the life a multi-millionaire is supposed to be leading. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Romney really thought he’d win the election based upon Team Romney’s polling data, so he made no major careers plans for a loss amounting to only 47 percent of the popular vote. Unlike John McCain or John Kerry, or even Romney’s former running mate Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney does not have a Congressional seat in the House or Senate to return to. Instead, Romney has been relaxing in his mansion on the seafront in La Jolla, an exclusive area of San Diego in California, taking visits from business colleagues and friends.

Although Mitt Romney is unlikely to hold any public office after having a falling out with Republican leadership following the election, he reportedly is not bitter and is already moving on with his life.

“He’s not crying on anybody’s shoulders,” said John Miller, a meatpacking magnate who co-chaired Romney’s finance committee. “He’s not blaming anybody … He’s doing a lot of personal introspection about the whole process – and I’m not even sure that’s healthy. There’s nothing you can do about it now.”

Well, other than gossip about Mitt Romney ordering Boston Market for Thanksgiving and changing bedpans, that is.