Calling Republicans racist more effective than criticizing policy.
Posted in uncategorized on September 17th, 2012
by SayUncle | RSS 2.0 |
That’s because most liberals I’ve met are more believing in ad hominem attacks than they are in facts.
And, yet, it still works.
As proof, I submit Boehner and the Congressional Republicans, with just a few exceptions I can count on the fingers of one hand.
Unlike the R playbook where claiming Obama was born in Kenya and framing a convention around something he didn’t say is deemed most effective.
I don’t know any serious Rs who claim he was born in Kenya. And, yes, he did say it. Or are you saying a black man is presumed to not have proper subject verb agreement? Racist!!
I said he was a *Keynesian.* Do try to keep up.
Given the right fund-raiser and the right teleprompter feed, there is *nothing* that Obama has not said.
You mean other than Donald Trump and Steve King who are probably a little more prominent than the head of a Super PAC?
He said “Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If youíve got a business — you didnít build that. Somebody else made that happen.”
Romney also said “He’s your guy. If you’re looking for more freedom, more opportunity, good jobs, rising incomes, a bright future for your kids, then you better vote for the other guy”
Trump is serious? And I had to google Steve King. And I know what he said and you seem to be implying that a black man got got his grammar wrong. Racist!
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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