These are the same tools who went all in on the failed Wisconsin recall and claim credit for drafting the fake Indian in Massachusetts, so already you know they’re not exactly the most stable bunch. But since they’re obviously unable to control themselves, hey, why not spend money to attack a candidate’s wife? It’s not as if these people have a conscience on anything.
A liberal political group is criticizing Ann Romney’s comment that she and her husband “have not had a financial struggle in our lives.”
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is launching online ads, first set to run in Ohio, that highlights Ann Romney’s quote and suggests it shows that she and husband Mitt Romney, the GOP presidential nominee, are out of touch with middle-class voters.
“Ann Romney just admitted that she Mitt Romney have ‘not had a financial struggle in their lives,’ ” the ad states. “This is huge. We’re launching this new online ad in Ohio and other swing states to show voters proof that Mitt Romney is out of touch.”
The advertisement then asks for donations.
While the criticism of Ann Romney is soft, it is still notable, as it is traditionally taboo to attack a candidate’s wife.
They support Fauxcahontas, but it’s the Romneys who are out of touch. OK. Their website is a mess and I can’t find any ad referenced in the story, but they’re all for Loony Lizzie and Chicago teachers striking. Perhaps they’re already thinking twice about this. Wouldn’t help that tired “War on Women” mantra now, would it?