Politics: Mother Jones unveils 'scandalous' Romney videos that you'll probably agree with

Published by: Robert Laurie on Monday September 17th, 2012

Robert Laurie

By ROBERT LAURIE - The left seems really upset by this. Guess the truth hurts.

Today, the far left rag and website, Mother Jones, took time away from its normally busy schedule of promoting Occupy Wall Street in order to destroy Mitt Romney.  The self-described "independent news outlet" obtained secret video of Romney speaking at a fundraiser, and it allegedly shows what Romney "truly thinks of all the voters who support President Barack Obama."  Frankly, there's not much here that most clear-headed people will disagree with.  

First up, here's what he thinks of die-hard Obama voters.  This is, according to Mother Jones, the most damaging of the tapes. 

So, he's basically reiterating what any political strategist, on either side of the aisle, would tell him.  Since there's nothing to see here, let’s move on to Mitt's thoughts on his consultants:

Ummmm....OK.  So, Mother Jones is shocked that there are political analysts who work for political candidates? Maybe they're not aware that Obama has hired a virtual army of these guys.  So, another non-starter. Let's move on to the oh-so-damning video where Mitt tells attendees what he thinks the country's economic future holds:

Wow.  Intense stuff, eh? Obviously, his career has been doomed by the intrepid folks at MotherJones.com.  Maybe, though, he's got an evil scheme that can help him win despite being a horrible human being who thinks about strategy, the economy, and his opponent’s voters.  Here's how he thinks you win elections:

Hmmmm....nothing there either.  If anything, these videos simply highlight the fact that left-wing media hates anyone who tries to challenge their chosen messiah and anything that person might say will be used against him - no matter how benign.  There is literally nothing here that hasn’t been uttered in the Obama war room a thousand times over. So, we can only assume that strategy is evil and ugly when the right employs it, while being good, proper, and just when undertaken by the left.

Please, make a note of it.