In keeping with its previous line of attack, the Obama campaign’s manager Jim Messina said in a statement that the “extremist Tea Party agenda won a clear victory” shortly after the results were announced early Wednesday.
“No matter who the Republicans nominate, we’ll be running against someone who has embraced that agenda in order to win — vowing to let Wall Street write its own rules, end Medicare as we know it, roll back gay rights, leave the troops in Iraq indefinitely, restrict a woman’s right to choose, and gut Social Security to pay for more tax cuts for millionaires and corporations.”
Extremist Tea Party? Forget for a moment that it was President and Obamacare that cut $500 Billion out of Medicare, or that it was African-American voters coming out to vote for Obama that killed the Gay Marriage bill in California, or even the fact that when Obama removed the troops in Iraq he was working off a timeline negotiated by the Bush Administration, but how in the world can he call the Tea Party Extremists. He is trying to re-elect a President who justified Occupy Wall Street.
His candidate supported occupy wall street, how in the hell can he call the Tea Party extreme? What makes us extreme? We don’t defecate on police cars? Push Anti-Semitic stereotypes? Or is just he fact that there are no rapes at tea party protests? Maybe its that Tea Party protesters never took over a public or private park and turned it into a sewer?
Or maybe its just the same divisive rhetoric coming from the Obama administration who has demonized economic success, insurance companies, the state of Israel, banks, the Cambridge Police, Wisconsin GOP, Congressional GOP, President Bush, President Clinton………
President Obama likes to make the comparison between himself and Ronald Reagan, but doesn’t understand what Reagan was all about. As President, Ronald Reagan was a unifier that made Americans believe that together the people of the United States can do anything. Barack Obama is a divisive president who tries to sell the country on his incorrect premise that all of our best days are behind us.
Sorry Mr. Obama, I knew Ronald Reagan, as president he was a beloved friend to all Americans, you Barack Obama are no Ronald Reagan!