Geez, they’re getting desperate, aren’t they?
NJ How would the president accomplish those goals with a Republican-controlled House and possibly Senate?
AXELROD They have had a policy of obstruction from the day the president arrived. When the president is reelected, it will be a rejection of the politics of obstruction. There’s this reign of terror going on in the Republican Party.
Unlike in the Democratic Party where they tolerate dissenting opinion or something.
Please, Davey, just keep talking. Ironic how this bilge comes from a guy whose boss is buddies with terrorist Bill Ayers.
Via Hot Air, where Ed Morrissey remarks:
The real terror for Axelrod is that he’s about to lose an election, and his campaign still hasn’t figured out what its theme is yet. The strong stench of desperation is in the air, as well as the even more pungent stench of demagoguery. Axelrod should be ashamed, but won’t be.