When Mitt Romney spoke at Charles Towne Landing on Jan. 5, Forward Progress just took a spot in the parking lot, resting a stuffed animal atop a car and bearing a "Dogs against Romney" sign, and left about 30 minutes later.
That quickie quickly went viral, though. The photo made it to dozens of news websites, including The Atlantic, Politico, The Hill, ABC News and Huffington Post, where it received several thousand facebook "likes" and tweets.
And tonight, it went one step further. On its Jan. 12 broadcast, MSNBC's "The Ed Show" used the photo in a take on Mitt Romney and one of his supporters, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty.