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Mitt Romney loses election, but still goes to Disneyland

Mitt Romney goes to Disneyland

Where would you go after losing a presidential election? Mitt Romney chose the Happiest Place on Earth.

The former Republican presidential candidate and governor of Massachusetts was spotted at Disneyland on Tuesday, according to several photo-snapping Twitter users who were also at the Anaheim park. Romney appeared to be accompanied by several members of his family, including his wife, Ann.

Dozens of people tweeted about Romney's appearance at the park. Some of those messages are included below.

Mitt Romney goes to Disneyland

Storified by @lanow's curation of social media � Wed, Nov 21 2012 10:38:03

Mitt Romney, you have just lost the 2012 Presidential election. What are you going to now?! HE'S GOING TO DISNEYLAND!!!!!!Jenny Bug
Mitt Romney rockin' a tire at Disneyland's California Adventure. #romney #disneyland http://pic.twitter.com/0Oufu3ZuStansell
So, supposedly Mitt Romney was here in Disneyland yesterday. And everyone saw him. Except us. I guess he didn't buy a park hopper... o_OJohn Himpe
Mitt Romney wears a collared dress shirt at Disneyland. #lightenupbuddykatie
Oh hi. Mitt Romney was at Disneyland today. http://pic.twitter.com/cfeRGO1LMelissa Rogers
Mitt Romney was at Disneyland today. Couldn't pull the sword from the stone. The guy just can't win.Jason Queen
Mitt Romney went to Disneyland today. He's still trying to take Californialand.Wendy Liebman
Just saw mitt Romney at Disneyland on space mountain no big deal lolBrittany Yanni
I just saw Mitt Romney here at Disneyland. I guess win or lose, everyone's going to Disneyland.Charlie Hinojosa
 

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Photo: Disneyland, the Happiest Place on Earth. Credit: Jay Clendenin / Los Angeles Times

 
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