Friday, August 10, 2012

Obama Campaign Wants Dirt On Marco Rubio

Last year Barack Obama created 'Attack Watch', a handy little way to snitch on someone for posting something negative about Barack.

Now he's soliciting dirt on potential Mitt Romney vice presidential candidates. This isn't independent PACs, this is actually Obama's campaign asking Florida folk to send the Obama campaign peeps all "the good, bad and ugly" about Senator Marco Rubio. Yes, they want them to go find some dirt on Rubio and report back.

Ashley Walker, director of Obama for America in Florida, blasted out the email Tuesday soliciting unflattering information on Rubio.

“Share what you think the rest of the country should know about what Rubio’s really done in Florida,” Walker wrote, “the good, bad and ugly. And why he’d be a disaster as our next vice president.”

“We know Marco Rubio all the way from his time in the Florida House of Representatives to his election to the U.S. Senate,” Walker continued. “But most Americans don't know him or the extreme, tried-and-failed policies he'd bring with him to a Romney administration. As Floridians, it's our job to share what we know about Marco Rubio with the rest of Americans. Your feedback will help hold Rubio accountable, if and when Romney chooses him.”

In the letter, Walker also accuses Rubio when in the Florida legislature of balancing the state budget by “sticking it to the middle class” and in Congress of leading the way “on almost every extreme position Mitt Romney has embraced.”

“If and when Romney does select him, we need to be able to tell the full story about his record on Day One, which could very well be in the next few days,” according to the letter, reported by Politico. “As one of the architects of the top-down Bush budget, Portman practically invented the policies that punished middle-class families while exploding the deficit, and crashing our economy. ... Let's make sure we're ready.”

Many believe that Rubio is a strong contender for veep position, along with a few others, though Romney has promised a surprise.

They also targeted Ohio's Rob Portman.

Gotta love dirty politics.


Kris_Monterosso said...

Dirty politics. They're just human aren't they?

Incognito said...

Kris, I'd like to think that people are above that, but sadly they're not. You should be able to win an election on your accomplishments and the content of your character, not by trying to dig up dirt on others. and trying to get ordinary citizens to do your dirty work is pathetic.