Voters’ Remorse: The Movie

Yesterday the news broke that Netflix, whose premier political drama at the moment is House of Cards (you may very well think I prefer the British original, but I couldn’t possibly comment), is set to release a documentary about Mitt Romney and his unsuccessful six-year drive for the White House.  I’m guessing the film will set off a wave of buyers’ remorse among voters.  Romney had his flaws as a candidate, and I’m not convinced he would have been a good president, but he’d have been a great president compared to the current occupant.  Actually, this is Bill Buckley’s phone book moment: a random name from the phone directory would be an improvement on the current crew.  Anyway, here’s the two-minute trailer:

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