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DWS: Why, I Have No Idea Which Party Obama's SuperPAC is Affiliated With

JayneCobb Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 11:06 AM
The problem that Mitt Romney has is one that FDR overcame. FDR came from a very wealthy Roosevelt family, but built his entire political career advocating for the common man. Mitt Romney has no such history. If Romney goes after Obama's ties to Wall Street he's campaigning against himself. Democrats know this. Thus Reid and Schultz are not worried about telling the truth when it comes to class warfare. They know that class warfare is not a credible playing field for Romney or right wing media. Schultz may be a liar, that just makes her a politician. But she also stayed on message and was even willing to go on Fox News and embarrass herself to do it.
Cincinnatius Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 11:17 AM
Roosevelt advocating for the "common man"? Are you kidding? He wanted to be proclaimed king (and damned near was!) His hero was Mussolini, a fascist, and technically so was Roosevelt. Managed outcomes/government control, picking winners and losers, all managed by an enlightened leader. Please read the wonderful history of the depression, The Forgotten Man.
JayneCobb Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 11:27 AM
You are failing to distinguish between running for a Democrat and being one.
moderateGuy Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 11:28 AM
FDR was a fascist; the only reason he did not completely implement a fascist state was because of the strength of America's democracy. Not because he was somehow a "milder" version of Mussolini.

It's been awhile, but our pal Debbie strikes again:


"I have no idea the political affiliation of the folks who are associated with that SuperPAC."

Serious question: Why even try to dance around the truth about this?  We've seen this exact non-denunciation many times before.  And yes, I understand the...