By now I assume you have heard about, if not seen, the most disgusting political ad of the 2014 midterm cycle. If you haven’t, let me explain. With the news of Ebola outbreaks in West Africa, and the first case of Ebola transmission in the United States, a merry band of left wing progressives decided to seize upon the fears of the nation and promptly blame the Republican Party and the vision of limited government for the spread of Ebola.
This morning RedState received an email from the group responsible for this reprehensible ad. In the email Erica Payne, the President of Agenda Project Action Fund – which I will get to in a moment, lays out her team’s strategy to win the election through fear mongering.
Payne described this new effort as “a multi-pronged blitzkrieg attack that lays blame for the Ebola crisis exactly where it belongs– at the feet of the Republican lawmakers.” She went on to call Republicans rabid dogs before this gem of fear mongering – “Yesterday, a health worker tested positive for the virus– now, the effects of the GOP’s fanatical hatred for our government may finally be exposed.”
Payne and her crew plan to run the 60 second ad in Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina, and South Dakota, but brags that within the ad they “target more than two dozen Republicans, including almost every candidate in a competitive House or Senate race.”
This isn’t the first time Payne has resorted to such low class tactics.
But Obama signed the law that did the spending cuts. Democrats controlled the Senate that moved for the same spending cuts. Can people really be so stupid as to believe this Agenda Action Project Fund.?
They were stupid enough to put Obama in office a SECOND time.....
YES indeed there are 56% and more who will believe this!!
TO Erica Payne: You are lower than snake s#it!
All of Erica's taste is in her mouth.
There is an increasing mountain of evidence that the Obama Administration is willingly permitting various biological diseases, once vanquished from our border, to renter the US. TB, Polio, and a host of retroviruses, along with other serious infectious disease, are being permitted entry into the US by this Administration's open border policies. This Administration's devilish plan has been cooking in the oval office of the White House for several years and is now being severed up in several courses... and Michelle is putting on the menu of our public schools.
FINALLY! It was just a matter of time before the Republicans were blamed for the ebola crisis. They were obviously to blame for Mr. Duncan lying in order to be able to board a plane, knowing of the disease he carried. And I'm assuming the pilot of that plane was a Republican, and the first hospital where he was admitted, then later released was staffed entirely made up of Republicans....and on and on. This gets so tiresome!
AND, speaking of President Bush....has anyone noticed that he has NEVER spoken an ill word against BO, even with all the criticism that BO has lavished on HIM? Classy fella, that President Bush!
I am not to sure that Bush's silence should be referred to as class... its more moronic than classy. Former President Bush has a duty to the American people to defend the core principals that made this nation great... his duty, to address what appears to be open treason, is greater than the average American's.
I am quite disappointed in Pres. Bush's refusal to lead the Patriot movement and his party ... Obama is not representative of American values and those of past Presidents. His constant demeaning of America should not be overlooked or avoided by men in leadership positions; especially, those who have commanded high office. such as former President's.
Comments by past Presidents have historically been reserved... out of tradition and respect for different political views between chief executives...However, COMMENTING on extreme acts, designed to fundamentally undermine our historic from of government, are quite different, than commenting or criticizing minor policy disputes between former Presidents and the current Administration.
Pres. Bush should indeed take a very active roll in disputing the fundamental transformation of our government by this Administration... he has both a duty and responsibility to do so. He remains a principal leader and political figure head capable of commanding the people's ear. Bill Clinton certainly has no problem in expressing his political views as a former President and never has..
I agree Judy... I had similar misgivings regarding both Bush's and their views on a new world order....
if anyone expected anything less from the democrats..then you are not up to par with the left wing radical machine...the racecard baiters have already blamed ebola on race...and all of this is right out of the pages of saul alinsky and the democrat national committee. meanwhile the lap dogs in the media will report this just as boldly and without any problem...knowing that this is all lies. this goes to show you all just how far the democrat party will go to win an election or protect Obama......blame everybody but the truth. just like the lies and coverups on fast and furious....the lies and coverups on the irs....the lies and coverups on Benghazi....the lies and coverups on the economy......the lies and coverups on the va.......we are now witnessing the lies and coverups on the botched mismanagement of the ebola crises....and just like the democrats playbook says...when nothing else works....just blame the republicans.