Saturday, June 25, 2011

Let the Campaign Ads Begin

TPM asked the Obama campaign about the [anti-Obama television] ad, and Rove's new $20 million campaign. Spokesperson Ben LaBolt said people who have he the kind of political Rove does shouldn't throw stones when it comes to the economy.

"It's no surprise that Karl Rove would produce an ad that clouds over the failed economic policies that led us into the recession and ignores the President's efforts that have put us on a path to recovery," he said. "Maybe that's because the Republican candidates are proposing a return to those same failed policies of the past - rolling back Wall Street oversight, extending tax cuts for the richest Americans on the backs of middle class families and ending Medicare as we know it."


Friday, December 17, 2010; 5:05 PM

President Obama signed into law the most significant tax bill in nearly a decade Friday, a day after overcoming liberal resistance in Congress to continue for two more years tax breaks enacted under president George W. Bush.


Jeez, they just talk out their asses, don’t they? Who cares whether what they’re saying bears any resemblance to the truth? Not me. Campaign rhetoric is campaign rhetoric. Play on you sad excuses for human beings. Play on! P.S. What Wall Street oversight? Wasn’t it Obama who bailed all those bankers out? Yes, I believe that was him. And P.P.S. If TPM asked LaBolt about those inconsistencies with fact, they didn’t print the discussion in this post.

....but hey, do what you will anyway.

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