What, you haven’t heard? A commenter at the Politico, responding to my recent article on Romney, is on to us:
Since the cat is out of the bag, I may as well explain. You see, each year us Jews meet to collect our $1 million checks as part of our cut for running the world. During the conference, we also figure out which nations will prosper economically, and we determine U.S. foreign policy. Given that a presidential election is approaching, at this year’s convention, we debated which presidential candidate the media should attack the most. We selected Mitt Romney, and the decision is binding. So, I’m obligated to follow my marching orders from Global Jewish Conspiracy headquarters by criticizing Romney’s healthcare plan and questioning his viability as a general election candidate. And I might have gotten away with it, if it weren’t for an astute commenter named “perception50.”
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