Romney joins a list comprised of “a collection of people so uninspiring that we should round them up and stick the on an iceberg.”
Citing Romney's belief that he could win the election as the main reason for being added to the list, the publication likened voting for the 65-year-old to “hooking up with the last single person at the bar at 4 a.m.”
“The only successful thing he did this year was embody every black stand-up comedian's impression of a white person.”
GQ also wishes Romney, well hoping that he enjoys the rest of his life “quietly ensconced at Lake Winnipesaukee, blissfully ignorant of the plight of anyone who doesn't have $300 million squirreled away in the Bahamas.”
Since being defeated by President Obama, Romney has spent time with unwinding, raised a few eyebrows concluding that the incumbent won for being “generous” to minority voters, and headed to the White House for a visit with the commander in chief last week.
It is unclear what his political future holds, but Romney has vowed to launch a newsletter to maintain communication with his supporters.