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'Modern Family' Creator Offers Ann Romney a Role on Show... Once Same-Sex Marriage is Legal

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Showbiz and politics have long been bedfellows, and now the co-creator and producer of one of the most popular TV comedies is making a prospective First Lady an offer her politics will likely ensure she refuse.

The same day GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's ladylove Ann took center stage in Tampa, Florida to speak at the party's convention on the subject of love, Modern Family's Steven Levitan took to Twitter to deliver the following proposition:

As The Wrap points out, "Mrs. Romney's husband, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, opposes same-sex marriage," adding perhaps now there's sufficient incentive to change his position.

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Yeah, not likely. After all, Mrs. Romney has been accused of never working a day in her life, so a gig on a TV show doesn't seem like enough to have her blazing all sorts of new trails for herself, or her party.