If there’s anything we learned from the foible-ridden Star Wars prequels, it’s that you can never have just one Sith Lord. There is always another purveyor of the dark arts lurking in the depths of a shadowy world, training to one day resurface, more powerful than ever, and ready to join with his or her partner to enact swift vengance upon an unsuspecting population.
Among the 2016 Republican Presidential candidates, that unholy alliance has finally emerged.
Mitt Romney placed a phone call to 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain Tuesday, a sign he is attempting to recapture his support before launching another bid.
“He told me he is seriously considering it, and we discussed issues and friendships and things like that,” McCain told a scrum of reporters on Capitol Hill. “We had a long conversation. We are very good friends.”
McCain wouldn’t divulge details of the conversation, but he did say he told Romney he understood wanting to run again for the White House.
At least Scott Walker is pretty close to “Skywalker,” I guess.
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