Mittens told Jim Lehrer, to his face, that PBS was on HIS chopping block if he becomes President!
Why is that important? Obama understands the Media as the MSM is his watchdog. Obama, like any potential tyrant, understands that control of the media is necessary to stay in power.Mitt Romney took Jim Lehrer out of the liberal media game and nullified him!
Understand this point…
Obama knew that once Mitt put Jim Lehrer and PBS in their place… he was in for a long night.
Mitt took a tactic out of the Marxist playbook without even knowing it IMO.
Think about Obama calling out the Supreme Court during the State of the Union speech… Obama chastised the Court and he was able to get Obamacare passed as a “tax”. By doing so, Obama did two things:
1) Obama sent a message to the Court that each Judge will be called out on everything and anything they do… by his media elites!
2)By doing this… Obama told the MSM that the Supreme Court Judges are in play! Obama said to the MSM that each Justice is fair game and it is ok to diminish them (The Supreme Court Judges) as professionals.
That is how a Marxist/Socialist tyrant uses the media as attack dogs!
Mitt scared the hell out of not only Jim Lehrer, but I watched MSNBC and they saw one of their own get smacked down! Mitt essentially said this:
“I don’t care what media outlet you work for! I will call you out and tell you these are my plans and if the taxpayer is paying for your pulpit… watch out!”
He told Jim Lehrer, a Government employee, if I get the job… PBS is on the chopping block!
Jim shut up and that is why MSNBC/MSM/NPR are very scared!
We have a candidate who gets it! PBS is a loss for the American public and the taxpayer, hence, he (Mr. Lehrer) will be out of a job if Mitt get’s elected.
Mr. Lehrer knew he better watch his arse during the debate and play fair!
This is what the MSM needs to understand… Romney is for real and we, as Americans, know how to beat Marxists!
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