Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The Bane of Romney's Campaign

Rush Limbaugh has uncovered a comic book conspiracy...

The real conspiracy is what happened to Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts. The one who signed the assault weapons ban when Congress let the federal ban fade away. The Mitt Romney who didn't think the government should intrude on a woman's choice to end a pregnancy. The governor who proudly supported a free market solution to bringing healthcare to all the citizens of his state, a program many referred to as "Romneycare" until he mysteriously seems to have forgotten all about it. There is the cynical view that Romney has changed what he claims are his core values and principles to simply get the votes needed to gain power and prestige, but that is too far fetched!

Readers of comic books are well aware of such warning signs. The real Mitt Romney may have switched places with a fascistic Mitt Romney from a totalitarian universe, like in several Star Trek series episodes. Why else would Romney seek office as a staunch conservative seeking to undo all the things he did in Massachusetts as a progressive minded moderate Republican just a few years earlier?

 Mark Hamill recently speculated that Romney is now some sort of synthetic life form or android, noticing the mechanical quality of Romney's recent statement "Lemon. Wet. Good."
  It could mean that Romney is possessed and is being manipulated by a malevolent outside force-perhaps by Christine O'Donnell, who once dabbled in witchcraft in high school. If the current version of Mitt Romney is in fact the original, it could explain his sometimes erratic behavior. Romney may be struggling to break free of the whichcraft that has transformed him into a contradiction of all he once was. How else would you explain remarks like:

I believe in an America where millions of Americans believe in an America that's the America millions of Americans believe in. That's the America I love.
I’m not familiar with precisely what I said, but I stand by what I said, whatever it was.

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