David Brooks, The New York Times' resident Beltway "Conservative" has published a "biography of Mitt Romney" which has his liberal readers gushing with praise and hoping that, finally, he will complete his transition from conservative to liberal Beltway Pundit.
Certainly at first blush, Our Mr. Brooks appears to have skewered Mitt Romney. In the article, one will find hyperbolic versions of every liberal myth one can imagine, each used to paint a twisted vision of Mr. Romney and his family consistent with the Democrat Party's and President Obama's hilariously absurd narrative.
Here's a clue, liberal of New York City and the world, he's laughing AT you, NOT WITH you. It is not Romney who is being skewered, it is all you liberals out there with your absurd attempts to smear a man who is so squeaky clean he makes most of us feel squeamish about our own lives.
Brooks has just pointed out how pathetic the Democrat Campaign machine is. Whether it's the MSM carrying water for the Obama Administration by repeating the ridiculous charges they are recklessly tossing out, or the Obama Campaign surrogates like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Stephanie Cutter spreading lies that simply lack any credibility. In their cases, it's the blonde leading the blonde.
Here's a snippet, but it's really worth following the link and reading the whole thing--especially the comments. Talk about liberals being oblivious . . .
I love to see liberals put on such an awesome display of "didn't get it." It simply demonstrates how extreme and warped their world view is, that they can read Brooks' article and completely miss the point--because it so closely parallels their preconceived beliefs about . . . Republicans . . . DUM-DUM-DAH!By DAVID BROOKSPublished: August 27, 2012The purpose of the Republican convention is to introduce America to the real Mitt Romney. Fortunately, I have spent hours researching this subject. I can provide you with the definitive biography and a unique look into the Byronic soul of the Republican nominee:Mitt Romney was born on March 12, 1947, in Ohio, Florida, Michigan, Virginia and several other swing states. He emerged, hair first, believing in America, and especially its national parks. He was given the name Mitt, after the Roman god of mutual funds, and launched into the world with the lofty expectation that he would someday become the Arrow shirt man.Romney was a precocious and gifted child. He uttered his first words (“I like to fire people”) at age 14 months, made his first gaffe at 15 months and purchased his first nursery school at 24 months. The school, highly leveraged, went under, but Romney made 24 million Jujubes on the deal.Mitt grew up in a modest family. His father had an auto body shop called the American Motors Corporation, and his mother owned a small piece of land, Brazil. He had several boyhood friends, many of whom owned Nascar franchises, and excelled at school, where his fourth-grade project, “Inspiring Actuaries I Have Known,” was widely admired.
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The live such cloistered lives that they never interact with anyone but those with whom they agree--in fact they eschew those they encounter who do not hold the same views. Liberals are the least tolerant of folks and they hate anyone who doesn't agree with them.
Great column, David! Hilarious comments, I believe I only saw one in which the poster actually snapped to what you were doing.
Long Live Our American Republic!!!