David Axelrod Endorses Mitt Romney

Mitt already has the endorsements of people like George H.W. Bush, Marco Rubio, Jan Brewer, Darrel Issa, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Jeff Foxworthy, and Cindy Crawford, among many, many others. And now he has the all important Obama adviser endorsement (via Twitchy)

“The choice in this election is between an economy that produces a growing middle-class and that gives people a chance to get ahead and their kids a chance to get ahead and an economy that continues down the road we’re on.”

The road we’re on is one of stagnation, high unemployment, the inability to get summer jobs, poor consumer confidence, low real wages, low disposable income, massive deficits, massive debt, and rising energy and consumer prices that outstrip individual earnings. Guess who’s president now, and been in office since January 20, 2009? Which Party has held the Senate since 2007? Which Party held the House from 2007 till 2010, and, along with the Senate and Obama, enacted the failed economic policies? Which Party spent $800 billion dollars on a Stimulus in which the jobs weren’t so *ha ha ha* shovel ready? Which party has wasted billions and billions of dollars on “green” energy projects which have so far failed?

The obvious choice is clear to Axelrod: vote Mitt Romeny 2012!

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