How unfair of them to use Obama’s own idiotic words against him.
Meanwhile, that idiot David Axelrod claims using Obama’s words against him is merely a way for the GOP to avoid a jobs debate or something.
Senior Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod on Sunday punched back at Republicans who have seized on the president’s remarks that “the private sector is doing fine,” arguing that the GOP was trying to distract from the president’s jobs plan.
“They’re more eager to have a debate over an out-of-context clause in his remarks than the substance of what he said,” Axelrod said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Out of context? How can “the private sector is doing fine” be taken out of context? Does he really believe people are that stupid? Of course he does.
Romney’s campaign, which released a new web video Sunday mocking the president’s “doing fine” comments, said Sunday Axelrod “couldn’t defend” Obama’s remarks.
“Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod struggled for two and a half minutes to avoid answering a very simple question: does he agree with President Obama that the ‘private sector is doing fine?’” said Romney spokesman Ryan Williams in a statement. “When even your own chief strategist can’t defend your comments, it indicates that your assessment of the economy might be wrong.”