Skip to comments.Obama Campaign Email: 'Some Bad News'
Posted on 10/26/2012 5:07:46 PM PDT by markomalley
I'm asking you to dig a little deeper, Benjamin:
We just found out that Mitt Romney and the Republicans outraised us in the first half of this month, putting us $45 million behind during these crucial final days.
The math here is pretty simple: With that cash advantage, they can outspend us by $4 million per day, every day, for the final 11 days.
We know what that means -- more and more misleading, negative ads trashing the President, you, me, and everything we've accomplished together over the past four years.
And we know what we have to do
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He needs to be impeached. Including after he is run out of town. He needs to be criminally prosecuted for treason. And the Constitutional remedy needs to be applied (in full accordance with the law and jurisprudence)
Call Congress tell them to impeach
Romney has to hit this communist Obama on this
This is worse than watergate
We need to purge!
If I encountered this guy in my health club steam bath...I would drop my membership ASAP...and start smoking cigars for good measure.
Is that Messina? Ugh, never seen a photo before.
I don’t think Romney has the smarts, or the balls, to attack Obama as needs be done. He has some very poor advisers, and lacks the spine to strike when glaring opportunity rises.
Yes, this is Jim Messina!
Any chance we could also legalize being "drawn and quartered"? We could have a national referendum to vote on whether, in the case of a convicted traitor in the White House, that would not be cruel and unusual punishment. I'd vote in favor of that!
Romney is doing very well. Many indicators show that he will score at least 300 electoral districts.
I know many of you fantasize the Republican candidate getting all powerful getting and Obama getting blown out of the water.
It wouldn’t happen.
He beat a much tougher debater in Newt Gingrich...he can beat Obama.
You've got to remember...somewhere along the line (after the primaries), Mitt realized that he is on a mission to save America from the Evil of Obama.
And he is right!
This is the time...and Mitt is the chosen warrior.
He has said as much.
No doubt, Messina is one strange looking dude. But then, that just makes him fit in that much better with the rest of Zero’s idiot band.
Let’s contribute $3 each... to O’s retirement!
I wonder if any one apart from Freepers will show compassion on him.
Looks like its not enough and we have more than a week to go!
Newt Gingrich does ....
I agree - and believe he will win election (quite handily) - but, I think he could do even better by going after the zero's shabby performance in the Benghazi affair. So far Romney seems to be avoiding the depth and breadth of this scandal - many wonder why.
Squeal like a Pig boy...
But, Romney is far too silent on this lousy president's handling (non-handling) of the Benghazi murders - when this lousy president refused to even try to save the lives of those men.
That's no bullsh!t - what I want to know is why I hear almost no outrage from Romney about the Benghazi failure. Maybe I will at some point, but Romney is quite late at this point.
I wouldnt invest a DIME to that a-hole’s retirement, considering the devastation he created for millions of other’s retirement plans.
“If I encountered this guy in my health club steam bath...I would drop my membership ASAP...and start smoking cigars for good measure.”
LOL at that.
If the public largely doesn’t know about Benghazi, the debate would have been poor place to try and inform them, then give them a civics-constitutional education as to why it should affect whom the voters vote for.
Perhaps the President can get a cash infusion from the public unions in Wisconsin.
he doesn’t need to draw attention away from the whole mess. Obama is probably wishing Romney would make some statement or something so all eyes would shift.
Romney and Ryan are doing great, making stops, talking to people, campaigning getting their message out. Obama needs to be left out in the open just like he is, nothing to distract. Romney has some very good strategery. I thinks he’s proving himself quite capable.
Correct. If your opponent is trying to hang himself, don’t get in the way of his rope supply.
I think Romney is silent on Benghazi because it is not part of his strategy for winning on Nov 6th.
Once he is president...we will hear plenty on this subject.
Good point - Obama and his administration is doing a good job of discrediting themselves. Perhaps it is better the way it is.