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I think the reason why [left-leaning, Hillary-loving The Daily Beast's] Tomasky—soon to be followed by less blatantly biased journalists—is bashing Walker as if he’s a joke candidate like Donald Trump, Al Sharpton or Herman Cain, is because if the Governor prevails in the primaries he has a real shot of winning...
Yet Walker’s biggest attribute, which is barely acknowledged by the media in a campaign environment that’s income inequality non-stop, is that he’s a middle-class pol who hasn’t enriched himself by exorbitant speaking fees or board directorships. Think of multimillionaire Hillary Clinton (and the high-rolling Wall Street/Hollywood donors in her corner) trying to explain how she’s one of the “regular folks” who, borrowing from her husband, “feels their pain.” Walker isn’t charismatic (nor is Hillary), but that might not matter in this post-Obama cycle. Walker’s a union-buster, which is a popular stance in most of the country—and it’s not as if any Republican will attract union voters anyway. Walker, like all the GOP candidates, is anti-Obamacare, which also won’t hurt him.
I do believe the left-leaning media bashes those Republican hopefuls who might resonate the best with us common folk, in hopes of duping us into thinking that candidate couldn't possibly win, all while practically nominating the one actually most likely to fail against the Democrat favorite, so they can tear him/her to shreds once nominated.
The latter happened with Romney. The press couldn't wait to go to town on his wealthy-businessman-rapes-the-worker-thinks-women-belong-in-binders, media-fabricated persona. And Romney, for all his business savvy and capability, wasn't prepared for it. He wasn't able to fend it off.
It happened with McCain. Old-white-guy-war-hero-out-of-touch-with-people-of-color. Bam. The liberal media spoke of him relentlessly as the only Republican who could win, then once he was the candidate, they demolished him too.
The media was scared to death (still is) of Sarah Palin, hence they sent teams of lawyers to Alaska to dig up any dirt they could fabricate and thus hounded her out of the Governor's office. McCain did her a great disservice by throwing her into the ring with only a weekend's prep on foreign affairs, national affairs, anything. No United-States-Governor-then-Presidential-candidate since Reagan has been savvy enough out of the gate on international affairs. Had Palin been briefed over months, instead of three days, the media would have hated her even more than they did and do still, because she wouldn't have made the mistakes she made. (INTERESTING NOTE: when Biden, Obama or Hillary says it, they "misspeak" or "exaggerate"; when Palin said it, it was the media that "exaggerated" her words and those exaggerations went viral on Saturday Night Live AND on every liberal "news" outlet times 100)
Initial news stories in the last few months all seem to have declared Jeb Bush the GOP's only great hope. Do I sense a pattern here? Or do I? Are the media crowning Bush to sway our choice, only to soundly thrash him into the ground once he's nominated too?
And the million-dollar question: are you gonna let them?
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