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Obama's Bain Attacks Could Backfire

Paul408 Wrote: May 29, 2012 4:03 PM
And to add to it, if you look at the reality of it, W was "credited" with the increase by liberal liar economists who claim that because he wasn't in office until 2009, the 2009 numbers, which would have been in W's budget in September would have been in effect. In reality, the delay on passing a budget and just operating on continuing resolutions happened and the 2009 budget was actually Obama's as it was passed several months into his time in office, with roughly 600 billion more than W asked for. So, the whole thing was a lie perpetrated by the left to convince people what they know, that Obama is a profligate spender isn't true somehow. And you either fell for it, or flat-out know it's a lie and decided to propagate it further.

The ham-handed Barack Obama campaign attack ads on Mitt Romney's former firm Bain Capital have drawn a lot of ire from other Democrats.

And not just because they were sloppily fact-checked (the ads hit Romney for layoffs long after he left Bain) and because a leading Obama money bundler is a Bain executive himself.

Chiming in with various degrees of disapproval were Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker ("nauseating"), former Rep. Harold Ford, Obama car czar Steven Rattner, Sen. Mark Warner and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell.

There are other signs of unease among Democratic elites. Obama contributions...