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How Mitt Romney is Portrayed in the Media.

Updated on January 17, 2012

Why is the Media Picking on Mitt Romney?

Through this entire GOP nomination Season I have heard how unhappy Republicans are with Mitt Romney. Who are these Republicans? Don't they know we don't have infighting in the Republican ranks. Oh, could it be those Tea Party Movement people who aren't really Republicans. TPM is outside of the Republican Party as Sarah Palin clearly state she likes to go "Rogue" and rogue doesn't fly in the Republican Party. Personally I would like to ship all the evangelicals/TPM out to the middle east as they would scare the heck our of Al-Queda. Sadly the TPM is like breasts on a bull, interesting but completely unnecessary. Their 15 minutes of fame are dwindling.

Romney is the clearly the GOP nominee.

And so you have to wonder why the Media keeps throwing Sarah Palin's name back in the ring and then Chris Christie.

Romney has the best chance to beat Barack Obama.

And yet the Media treats Mitt Romney like he will never be president. They take shots at him like it will never come back to bit them.

And the level of hypocrisy that President Obama picks on the GOP for a Tea Party Movement rally in which the Tea Party Movement booed a gay soldier instead of recognizing that was the Tea Party and not the GOP just screams desperation on behalf of President Obama. How short President Obama's memory is that he promised gay people their rights and then only in the third year of his presidency allowed gay people to serve openly in the military but not marry.

So I want to know why the media keeps picking on Romney? Don't they know in all probability JEB will be Romney's running mate? Romney will be unstoppable with JEB as a running mate.

So I just want to show you a few of the cartoons I came across when I was researching immigration issues from parties which if I were in America illegally would pack it up and voluntarily move back to my country of origin. It doesn't look good for the Hispanics from either party although JEB would have the ability to change that perception.

Romney portrayed as a flip flopper.


Romney Portrayed Badly on Immigration


I LIke Mitt!!

I think Mitt has a steady hand and has been very consistent no matter what has been thrown at him. He has showed he has a sense of humor and he is articulate.

I don't think Republicans dislike Romney but liberals and Democrats because they believe President Obama will lose to Mitt Romney.

Atleast Mitt had a job before he ran for the Presidency. You can't say that for everyone running for the office of the Presidency beyond the governmental welfare system of Congress.

Mitt is one of us. He grew up in Michigan and he has had to maintain a job. He has lost a presidential nomination and has earned the right to win this one. He is a true Republican not a Tea Party Conservative and therefore Mitt has my vote as the GOP candidate. It is not that the others haven't donewell. They have in particular Herman Cain and I thought when Ron Paul kept his temper in check he had some very valid points. But Mitt is the guy I am going to nominate as the GOP candidate and I would like you to get to know him not for his coverage but for himself.

Mitt Romney



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      Mary Gaines 6 years ago from Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, Washington

      Hello, when you are the front runner the media targets you and so do the other candidates, as seen in the ugly debates and especially with Rick Perry. I hope and pray that when it is all said and done Romney or who ever gets the nomination, will still be standing strong and can take the white house in 2012....blessings!.....

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      JT Walters 6 years ago from Florida

      Hi Jared Zane Kessie,

      Thank you for reading, commenting and providing feedback. I respect and valued your comment.

      Thank You.


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      Jared Zane Kessie 6 years ago from Richland, Washington

      My verdict is still out, but I agree that Romney is electable. I think you are spot on about the Tea Party being a splinter group and not so much affiliated with Republicans anymore (they are too radical for me). I guess we also have to realize that as the front runner he is more "newsworthy". I also think it is a strategy by Democrats to tarnish anyone who has the ability to beat Obama. I liked this article, thanks!