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Why 'It Worked' May Damage Obama More Than 'You Didn't Build That'

CHristopher284 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 1:48 PM
This quote is out of context. Right before this video begins he was talking about tax rates under the Clinton administration. He wasn't talking about his administration specifically. He wants to RAISE taxes on the wealthy and he was making the argument that this is why the economy was growing in the 90s - He's wrong on that point. Why not attack him on that fact rather taking one line out context when we have history on our side anyway?
lois01 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 1:54 PM
Distortion is all the republicans have these days; Romneybot is overseas gaffing up a storm.
Ticked Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 1:58 PM
Distortion is rule #1 in the libtard playbook.

Look at you, a prime example!
Future In Our Hands Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 1:54 PM
Wow, more spin from an Obama supporter. He was comparing past Republican policies to HIS policies...and claimed that his policies worked...and because they worked, that is why he deserves to be re-elected. It's not that hard to understand...except for a naive Obama supporter.
CHristopher284 Wrote: Jul 26, 2012 2:04 PM
Um no, he wants to go back to the Clinton tax rate. THATS what he's talking about. Look at the 5 minute speech. Jeez. Please get the facts before you put your ignorance on display. People like you are why Republican's get a bad rap. I'm not an Obama supporter. Id just rather look at facts rather than attacking something someone said. But I guess its easier for you just to be spoon fed soundbites so you don't have to think for yourself. Ignorant.

Much has been made of President Obama's sneering screed against individual accomplishment and private success, and rightly so.  He once again wandered from his poll-tested script and accidentally revealed his true colors, Romney pounced, and Democrats are flailing with shouts "out of context" and feigned thermonuclear outrage.  Republicans would be wise to sink their teeth in and refuse to relent -- the Left's yelping is a tell.  But in addition to hammering "you didn't build that" (and building a largely...