SNL: Mitt Romney Is Pro Everything, From Cat Neutering to Adult Onset Diabetes

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There’s no issue or hobby Mitt Romney can’t get behind in Saturday Night Live’s latest riff on the GOP frontrunner.

“C-SPAN” followed Romney, played by Jason Sudeikis, as he spread his pro-everything message to just about every type of niche group conceivable. To the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, it was cat-spaying.

“It’s simply the right thing to do, and quite frankly, the reason I got into this race,” he said. “I want to be known as the cat-neutering president.”

To East St. Louis, the place felt like “home.” To the Kiamichi Country Oklahomas’s Sportsmen’s Association, he and Ann “don’t get to nearly as many cockfights as we’d like.”

At the Role-Playing Game Association: “I can’t remember a time when Dungeons and Dragons wasn’t an important time in my life.”

“Of course no one wants to get sick,” he told the American Diabetes Association. “But frankly, I’ve always thought that if I had to develop a chronic disease, I hope it would be adult-onset diabetes.”

And even the Association of Professional Piercings was on Romney’s radar: “When people ask me, ‘Mitt just how many piercings do you have?’ I always say ‘more than I need but less than I want.’”

Watch the sketch below, via NBC: