THANK YOU DEMOCRATS!
The first DNC ad of the election cycle asks voters to choose between either Bush’s pro-business policies that kept the unemployment rate at 5.27% and reduced the deficit by 60% in 4 years or to go with the Obama-Pelosi plan of complete destruction of the American economy?

The choice is yours America:

A week ago the Obama Administration announced that the July deficit totaled $165 billion
That’s more than the Bush deficit for the entire year of 2007.

During the Bush years, despite the 2000 Recession, the attacks on 9-11, the stock market scandals, Hurricane Katrina, and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Bush Administration was able to reduce the budget deficit from 412 billion dollars in 2004 to 162 billion dollars in 2007, a sixty percent drop.

In 2004 the federal budget deficit was 412 billion dollars. In 2005 it dropped to 318 billion dollars. In 2006 the deficit dipped to 248 billion dollars. And, in 2007 it fell below 200 billion to 162 billion dollars. During the Bush years the average unemployment rate was 5.2 percent, the economy saw the strongest productivity growth in four decades and there was robust GDP growth.

After an unheard of record deficit last year of $1.4 Trillion the economy is on track to experience a $1.47 Trillion deficit this year.

Unemployment is at record levels.

Good luck with that Bush-bashing ad, libs.

More… Granny added:

We have been educating every child for well over 100 years with a marked degree of success over all. I have not seen a single thing that the current regime has done that has in any way improved education in the US.

Most Americans will not buy a $41K “electric” automobile that can travel only 40 miles before a recharge. Many of us could not go to the grocery store and back on just 40 miles. Might as well save $25K and buy a gas-powered car in the first place!

Wind farms? That’s nice – but the only way we are going to generate enough electricity to power every home and every business and every industry in the US is to cover our land from sea to shining sea with windmills, including in your own back yard.

And after all, just WHO do the Dems expect to pay for this? The 20% or so of us that are unemployed?

Exactly.

 

 

Disable Refresh for 30 Days

Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled for your setting to be saved.

1 2 3

`
  1. Go grade Obie-won on a CBS poll. This outta be fun to see…

    Lets see how low he can go.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-6116297-503544.html?tag

  2. We have been educating every child for well over 100 years with a marked degree of success over all. I have not seen a single thing that the current regime has done that has in any way improved education in the US.

    Most Americans will not buy a $41K “electric” automobile that can travel only 40 miles before a recharge. Many of us could not go to the grocery store and back on just 40 miles. Might as well save $25K and buy a gas-powered car in the first place!

    Wind farms? That’s nice – but the only way we are going to generate enough electricity to power every home and every business and every industry in the US is to cover our land from sea to shining sea with windmills, including in your own back yard.

    And after all, just WHO do the Dems expect to pay for this? The 20% or so of us that are unemployed?

  3. Classic! BIOB (Blame It On Bush) while we go full throttle over the canyon wall in Thelma and Louise style with the failed Keynesian economic policies of the Progressive ideologues.

  4. Yeah, going back to unemployment levels of 5% would really, really suck….doh….
    Mmmm…Mmmm…Mmmm…
    Do you miss Bush yet?…

  5. NOBODY HOME.

  6. OUR CHOICE? I’m just like you.

    Shape Shifters.

  7. Is that really an option they’re offering — that we can go back? I’d like to sign up. What does that mean though? Is Obama resigning and allowing Bush to return? Will the taxcuts be sustained if we say “GO BACK!”?

    I’m sure employers would bring many folks back on following Obama’s resignation (along with the Democrats in Congress).

    How do we measure the peoples mandate that will result in the left’s resignation?

  8. ++

    OMG, cannot believe they just advertised who they are while trying to blame Bush.. aah, finally something i don’t believe the American Public are going to be that stupid to swallow.. thank you Dems.. you not only jumped the shark, but you might as well get rid of the donkey & call yourselves JAWS from now on..

    ==

  9. Clicking my heals three times saying “I wanna go back. I wanna go back. I wanna go back.”

  10. ++

    and to the Republicans..

    don’t need you to tell US how bad the Dems are, we need you to tell US what you’re going to do to fix the damage.. as i for one am sick to death of the old he did this so we did that crap.. grow up & do your job, or get the hell out of the way of those who will..

    we’re your boss, not the other way around..

    ==

  11. Every time I see the battery commercial that talks about wind farms, I remember a news story that came out about how in Minnesota they had to use electricity to run the windmills because of the problems they had in some areas because the parts would freeze in below zero weather. I always wonder if they fixed that problem or if since it didn’t fit the hype it got dropped.

  12. ++

    David @ 11:29 am #4

    that rendering made me :-)..

    ==

  13. Granny #3 is right. To generate the same about of power as an average coal-fired plant, you need 300 square MILES of wind mills! Better not put them in Minnesota doncha know!

  14. Out of touch much? Have they not heard that the American people are tired of hearing them blame Bush? It’s high time that ‘the won’ takes responsibility for his failures. There isn’t any passing the buck any more, so to speak.

  15. Most people pass over 9/11′s impact on the economy. The airline industry, which was about 10% of our GDP, took a massive hit in ridership after 9/11. This, coupled with the recession, was a double whammy to America. The simple fact that the Bush administration was able to affect policy that enabled the economy to revive in such a relative short period of time, was in it’s self miraculous. Had the same principles been followed in the past 20 months, we wouldn’t find ourselves in this economic position. I HOPE that the dems won’t CHANGE their approach! There’s your hope and change for 2010.

  16. I left this comment: DNC, you forgot to put the President in the video. He’s on the golf course now if you want to video him.

  17. The start of this ad screams to me that Dems would love to be Republicans about now.

    When mentioning themselves, we saw video of middle America: farmland, a lovely old structure with our flag covering one side evoking patriotism and traditional values…riiiight..good luck on that one, Dems. No stretch of the imagination would make that you.

    It would have been more appropriate to have shown Chicago with its ongoing outbursts of violence/shootings, not to mention guaranteed corruption. Or how about Grove Parc – BO’s pals’ (Rezko and Jarrett) abysmal failure in public housing: rendered uninhabitable in no time.

    Who could disagree at this point — vote for a Dem and you’ll get a mess of some sort every time.



1 2 3


`

© Copyright 2014, TheGatewayPundit.com. All rights reserved. B
Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions