Karl Rove: President Obama "Went Too Far" With His Contributions "Lie" (Video)

“Do these people have no shame?”
Karl Rove slammed the Obama Administration today for misrepresenting the US Chamber of Commerce in their latest ad. Rove said the far left president “went too far” added that Team Obama held an enemies list it worked from.
Unfortunately, that list does not include Al-Qaeda… only conservatives.
Via FOX News Sunday:

FOX News has more on Obama’s latest lie:

Top Republican strategists Ed Gillespie, left, and Karl Rove, right, slam the president and the Democratic Party over the claim that GOP groups and the Chamber of Commerce use foreign contributions to boost their candidates in midterm elections.

Karl Rove, a Fox News contributor, said on “Fox News Sunday” that the president had gone too far.

“Have these people no shame? Does the president of the United States
have such little regard for the office that he holds that he goes out there and makes these kind of baseless charges against his political enemies?”
Rove said. “This is just beyond the pale. How dare the president do this.”

Rove was referring to a series of charges that have been leveled over the past week. Obama first said at a rally in Maryland Thursday that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which he referred to without mentioning by name, was paying for ads against Democrats while taking money from “foreign corporations.”

“So groups that receive foreign money are spending huge sums to influence American elections, and they won’t tell you where the money for their ads come from,” Obama said.

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