‘I am big. It’s the media that got small.’ Andrea Mitchell channels Norma Desmond

Sissy Willis
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6/20/2012

 

A horse got me out of bed … and living life,” Ann Romney told the Ocala Star-Banner recently, referring to how horseback riding, and specifically the art of dressage, has helped her overcome some of the debilitating symptoms of MS. “Horses are great teachers. Horses are great companions. They bring us great joy,” she enthused, but you’d have no idea of the depth and richness of her involvment were your primary “news” source MSNBC and Sarah Palin’s “lamestream” media. Yes YOU, Lawrence O’Donnell. (CNN photo)

All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up,” quips Lisa B on Twitter, locating the perfect fictional equivalent of old-media delusions of grandeur in Gloria Swanson’s “Sunset Boulevard” portrayal of faded silent-movie star Norma Desmond, descending from denial into madness:

I am big. It’s the pictures that got small.

Or, as faded lamestream-media stars like Andrea Mitchell — who was caught by new-media star Sooper Mexican the other day smearing Mitt Romney by twisting his words into the JournoList narrative of choice — might put it:

I am big. It’s the media that got small…

The article continues at sisu.

Related: Rafalca Derangement Redux: Romneys’ horse eliminated from dressage competition, haters rejoice

…Rafalca, the mare co-owned by the Romneys, failed to advance today in the individual dressage competition:

Ridden by Jan Ebeling, Rafalca scored 69.317 after a round of 70.243 last Thursday. The pair were 30th entering the day and needed to be in the top 18 to advance to Thursday’s individual dressage final.

In spite of her horse’s elimination, Ann Romney was proud:

Romney said Rafalca had another “fabulous” ride and that she’s thinking of breeding the German-born mare.  “It was wonderful. She was elegant and consistent again. We just love her.”

That Rafalca and Ebeling were unlikely to medal didn’t matter to Ann Romney, who praised her horse’s consistency and elegance after her first test. “She did not disappoint. She thrilled me to death,” she said.

Naturally, for those who continue to suffer from Rafalca Derangement Syndrome, the Romneys’ loss is cause for celebration…

Read the entire article at Twitchy.

Related: Jan Ebeling was born in Germany and is a naturalized U.S. citizen. This is from his Twitter account:

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