Thursday, January 12, 2012

COMRADES Huntsman, Gingrich, and Perry appear in DNC anti-capitalism ad against Mitt Romney



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Well done comrades Huntsman, Perry, and Gingrich. Your collective efforts will be remembered and the workers will be forever grateful.

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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG. This makes everything pretty clear. Time for all conservatives to stand on the right side of the fence.

-Martha

Anonymous said...

Hmmm. Wonder why the DNC is doing this right now? Gee, let me think for a moment, I know it will come to me . . .

Oh yeah. I think it's something Rush said about Obama wanting Mitt. Yeah that's it.

-Martha

Machtyn said...

Martha: You make me laugh. When you post a comment, you have 2 or 3 in a row.

In any case, the DNC was pretty quick on this ad. Way to put implode the party "Newtie and the Blowhards"! (Jerry Doyle's term)

One of the better comments I've seen made is a retort to Gingrich. If Newt had only taken $1,000,000 from FMac/FMae, the tax payers would have saved $600,000. Why, Newt, did you not cap your earnings at $1,000,000?

amaron said...

Outrageously Deceptive, far from the truth and reality. Ideas don't work the same as practical experience. Remember too, the Lord's Law of the Harvest, Reap Only What you Sow.

Anonymous said...

Mac, I know. Sorry about that. I get too worked up.

This is Obama threatening the GOP--saying if we nominate Romney, this is what is coming.

Yet, we still have the comedy duo of Rush/Palin saying the DNC wants Romney. Their audience really is stupid.

-Martha

leighrow said...

Okay...wow...it is time for some SuperPac to show Huntsman's close association with Obama and his words of Obama adulation,Perry's former relationship with Gore and Newty's many sound bytes stating that he loves FDR and then soundbytes saying he is a Rockefeller Republican and then soundbytes saying he is a Reagan Conservative.


Create one ad discrediting the credibility of these three Yahoos as closet Democrats and you kill 3 birds with one stone.

Anonymous said...

I feel vindicated about sounding the warning cry against Huntsman long before he ever entered the race.

DanL

Noelle said...

I found this quote to be pretty accurate. It is from Jennifer Rubin at the Washington Post.

"There can be no better evidence of Gingrich’s unfitness to serve than his behavior over the past week. Having attacked Bain earlier in the campaign and then expressing remorse about the attacks, he went back to the well with even more incendiary language, accusing Romney of making money off the misery of others."

Here's a link to the whole article. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/post/newts-in-hot-water-in-south-carolina/2012/01/12/gIQAOZoNtP_blog.html?wprss=right-turn

I try to not get too emotionally invested in politics, but it is difficult because I see our country facing serious challenges, and I see certain candidates being willing to sacrifice the well-being of our nation for their own political career. Newt Gingrich, I'm looking at you here. I don't blame Perry quite as much because, fairly or unfairly, I don't credit him with much intellect. Maybe I shouldn't blame Gingrich too much either, because maybe I have given him too much credit for his intellect.

Anonymous said...

Please don't forget that Perry was first elected to office as a democrat. These remarks by him are just his true feelings coming to the surface.

leighrow said...

One more thing..people should not get worked up about the Bain garbage because Kennedy and the Democratic governor candidate in 2001 tried to paint Romney as a corporate raider in 1994 and 2001 and Teddy a very popular senator almost lost his election to a much younger Romney and Romney won the governor's race.

What the Romney campaign really needs to do is to aggressively attack these nut jobs on their Democratic associations and their credibility and to especially show how erratic and Irrational Gingrich can be.....we just need to remind people that Gingrich shut down the Federal government because he couldn't sit in the front of air force one with President Clinton.

Terrye said...

That was so disgusting, I could not even watch the whole thing..

I better not get one more lecture from a Perry or Gingrich supporter on what a Rino Romney is.

Anonymous said...

Noelle...loved your comments...particularly the sentence about not holding this against Perry. We should actually be glad that Perry got in on this action because he goes so over the top with his criticism and leaves the impression in interviews of just how insincere these Bain attacks are...he kills the credibility of the argument just by stepping in front of a camera.

What these folks don't understand is that rhetoric against any section of the free market, and law abiding businessmen in that section, leads to broader acceptance on establishing laws to manage and restrict the movements of these enterprises...thus, government reaching it's greedy little fingers more and more into the job creating machine of America...Free Enterprise.

We are sooooo going to win this election. and Newt and Perry are just waiting to get a swift kick in the pants for attempting to pull a Lenin...(slight exageration, but I couldn't help myself).

Gordon

Anonymous said...

Noelle, your comment was truly funny, even though maybe you didn't mean it to be.

You know what they say about humor--it needs some truth in there to be funny.

-Martha

Anonymous said...

This ad is nothing but a mocking laugh from the Democrats. They think the Republicans are so stupid and are just eating it up and laughing it up. Like can you believe the Republicans are doing our work for us.

Noelle said...

Martha, I always mean to be funny. And according to my own sense of humor I always succeed. The same can't be said for others' perception of my humor.

Anonymous said...

Another reason to believe that we have, as Dennis Praeger says, "The Leftist Party and the Stupid Party." Guess which one I belong to?

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