Eminem parody takes jabs at Mitt Romney

The video, which splices together bits of Romney's interviews, speeches and debate performances, mocks the candidate's reputation for changing his stance on some issues.

Viral video impresario Hugh Atkin was behind the parody, which was uploaded to YouTube on Monday night and had over 12,000 views by early Tuesday.

The video opens with footage of President Obama cut to have Obama asking: "Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?" From there, footage of Romney takes over. In precise beat with Eminem's song, Romney statements are edited into a rap about his stance on abortion, the economy and even about the time he tied his dog's carrier the roof of his car.

"Uh ... with regards to abortion ... uh ... You can choose your own adventure. It's a Republican dementia," he says. "And I'm more concerned about the banks: They're unable to lend. Corporations are people, my friend. My dog is on the roof. My dog is on the roof. Who let the dogs out? Who? Who?"