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Desperation: Cutter Dismisses DMR Endorsement as "Not Based in Reality"

smokindave Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 12:11 AM
I have to wonder, if Cutter and DWS are the best the DNC has, perhaps they could ask Mitt for a referral of a female who is actually qualified to do this stuff. These two continue portray themselves-and their party-as buffoons. Surely Mitt has many more qualified females in those "binders' they like to kid him about-perhaps they should actually follow his lead.
Joe40 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 12:40 AM
In a strange way, you have to admire the audacious creativity of Team Obama, albeit in a negative way. After all, it takes real work to continually contrive new excuses for failure, with each one significantly dumber, and more desperate, than that which proceeded it.

Luckily for Stef & Co., such futility has but eight more days to go before they are all off the hook, although faced with the necessity for finding a new job. The downside for that pack of low-grade morons is that once they've lost, they are but tainted goods, and they can't get over that little problem.
Lance6161 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 12:15 AM
Excellent point! Women that actually earned their positions.

As Guy reported this morning, Mitt Romney won the coveted endorsement of swing state Iowa's biggest newspaper, the Des Moines Register. He's the first Republican to do so in 40 years, making it the highest-profile to flip from Obama in 2008. It's a pretty significant development for the Romney campaign -- and a little unsurprising after the Obama camp's bizarre behavior with the DMR last week.

Yet while attempting to sound totally unworried about the state of the race, Obama's deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter sounded...worried:

Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter on Sunday dismissed...