With establishment RINO squish Jeb Bush looking like his days are numbered, the GOP establishment and donor class are in full-fledged panic mode, and have been floating another big government Republican, RINO Mitt Romney, as a potential savior to the ruling class.
Romney, who had been largely quiet since 2012, has been in the press a ton lately, trying to see if he can “be back by popular demand,” testing the waters to see if he should jump in the race to replace the faltering clown car of establishment stooges, including Jeb Bush, Lindsey Graham, Chris Christie and George Pataki.
One recent Romney “media” appearance was his appearance on — get this — Obama Marxist David Axelrod’s podcast, The Axe Files, in which the failed GOP presidential candidate lamented new media and yearned for the days of yesteryear in which America got all of their news from an extremely limited list of leftist old media outlets like ABC, CBS, NBC, The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times.
RINO Romney reminisced about the good old days when there was no Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, The Blaze, Breitbart, The Daily Caller to challenge not only the Democrat Party, but the feckless Rockefeller Republicans in the GOP establishment.
Mitt Romney told leftist David Axelrod (emphasis added):
“There’s no question that in our political system right now that the extremes in our respective political parties are having a louder and louder voice and demanding more attention and demanding immediate action as opposed to than collaborative action.
And that, in my view, flows in part from the change in the world of media. There was a time when we all got our news with the same facts, if you will. We had three networks that we watched for the evening news, we mostly got newspapers […] So we got the same facts whether or not we agreed on them, we could pull in different directions. Now, my sons, I don’t think any one of them gets a newspaper […] They get their news on the web. And they tend to read those things which they agree with […]
Google, for instance, looks at what you’d been reading last and then gives you articles it thinks you’ll enjoy, so you’re not seeing the other side. If you watch the news, some of us will watch FOX, some will watch MSNBC. So we’re not even getting the same facts and then we have commentators who are hyperbolic in expressing their views and issues and people are becoming more and more divided […] I think that divisiveness is one of the things that’s lead to Washington having such a hard time getting things done.”
Apparently, Romney thinks that getting the same “facts” from three news anchors, like the Democrat Media Complex’s Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, or Peter Jennings is more preferable to the diverse opinions and viewpoints that the Internet has to offer.
But that’s not all!
Romney, whose “greatest” accomplishment as a governor was introducing socialized medicine to the State of Massachusetts, also bragged last week that “Romneycare” was the precursor to Obamacare.
“Without Romneycare, I don’t think we would have Obamacare,” Romney said, something he vehemently denied during his failed 2012 presidential bid.
What is it with these establishment cronies? In August, John “Bendover” Boehner delivered a very similar message, butthurt that the political ruling class could no longer control and dominate the narrative they wished to brainwash the unwashed masses with.
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Seriously? No wonder Mitt Romney couldn’t even defeat Barack Obama — by far the worst president in American history.