Mitt Romney may seem like a gaffe machine, but his slip-ups on the campaign trail aren't providing enough material for Jason Sudeikis, who frequently plays the Republican presidential candidate on Saturday Night Live. The comedian told the Los Angeles Times he's considering leaving the show before next season because he wants more responsibility and the Mitt shtick isn't enough to keep him around. "It's a weird time in the world. You say one wrong thing and lose points," he said of Romney. "We're probably just watching a guy who's scared to screw up. So my Mitt is a little square, a little boring, a little disconnected from the human experience."