End of Campaign Full of Invective From Both Sides, President Calls Romney a a Bullsh**tera

There are 2 comments on the Oct 25, 2012, ABC News story titled End of Campaign Full of Invective From Both Sides, President Calls Romney a a Bullsh**tera. In it, ABC News reports that:

President Obama referred to his challenger Mitt Romney as a "bullsh**ter" in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the latest salvo in a campaign that has seen its share of insults hurled from both sides.

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Tampa, FL

#1 Oct 25, 2012

That seems to be what the NY Post Editorial say about the President.


The editorial cites "Obama proposes massive tax increases aimed not so much at the rich, as he claims, but squarely at the middle class and small business, which is insane: Small business the real engine of American job creation needs to be nurtured, not squeezed dry. Americans need jobs jobs for those trying to raise a family, jobs for those who are leaving school, jobs period".

Ouch baby.

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Oct 25, 2012
Obama's pathetic picture book

As an artifact of the diminishment of President Barack Obama, it is hard to top his newly released pamphlet,“A Plan for Jobs & Middle-Class Security.”

The plan purports, first, to be a plan, and second, to outline a second-term agenda distinct from his first-term agenda. It fails on both counts. It cobbles together his current policies with some ill-defined new bullet points to barely cover 20 pages largely devoted to nice pictures of the president.

Make no mistake: What the Obama agenda lacks in substance, it makes up in graphic design. The pamphlet has as much gloss and as many soft-focus photos as a copy of Playboy. The seriously besotted Obama fan might have to assure friends,“No, really — I only read the Obama second-term plan for the policy details.”
Why would the president wait until 14 days before the election, after the conventions and the debates, to release his plan? And then print 3.5 million copies of it, making the plan a publishing phenomenon to rival “Dreams from My Father”?
It’s the panicked realization that his campaign’s attempted destruction of Mitt Romney hasn’t worked and isn’t enough to win. The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll this week found that 62 percent of people want major changes in a prospective Obama second term. Four percent — that’s almost down to Obama administration officials and immediate family — want more of the same.
So the president needed someone to get on QuarkXPress to paste together “a new plan” and then run down to FedEx Kinko’s — pronto. But he couldn’t hit print during debate season, lest he give his opponent another target. Surely Romney would have loved to cite the risible document as Exhibit A for Obama’s status-quo presidency.


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