Desperate Democrats Invoke George W. Bush in New Campaign Ad


Combine Bush-hatred and exteme political desperation and it looks like the Democrats have arrived on a party platform for November.

They’re right, though: The choice is clear. We can vote for a president and party who are presiding over massive and rising unemployment nationally and in the high double-digits in Democratic states. The horrible job numbers are raising fears of a “double-dip” recession. More and more people have come around to the fact that the Democrats’ vaunted “stimulus” didn’t do jack. But when all else fails, blame the Congress! (Yeah, that’ll work). Meanwhile, it can’t be a good sign that the president’s making the pitch to elderly voters hoping they’ll remain in the Democratic column. This ain’t Franklin Roosevelt’s party no more, who can blame him?!! And don’t even get me going about foreign policy! Sheesh, if Obama’s losing key sectors of the U.S. electorate, at least his got Hamas, Hezbollah, and the rest of global jihad in his corner. And he can claim a phenomenal record on facilitating Iran’s acquisition of nuclear capabilities. That’s nothing to blink at!! And darn, what is wrong with all of these respondents on Gallup’s Ground Zero polling? “More Disapprove Than Approve of Obama Mosque Remarks.” These people are dolts – dolts I tell you! The president even said it himself: “We are no longer just a Christian nation.” I can’t imagine a better rallying cry! What is wrong with you people? And you miss George W. Bush? Impossible!!

Cross-posted from American Power.

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