Because government restraint is a bad thing(?)

The Democrats have a new ad out painting Newt Gingrich as the “original tea partier.”

ABC reported:

For the first time in the presidential primary campaign, Democrats are turning their web video and “rapid response” email attack machine on former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

Just hours after the ABC News presidential debate in Iowa Saturday, the Democratic National Committee blasted the GOP front-runner in a 90-second ad, labeling him the “original Tea Partier.”

While top Democratic and Obama campaign strategists had made a rhetorical shift in recent days – abandoning their previously exclusive focus on Mitt Romney – the video marks a new phase in their offensive and recognition of Gingrich’s rise in the polls.

DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz underscored the new line of messaging in a statement following the debate, calling the former Speaker “a Tea Party politician even before there was a Tea Party.”

Of course, the fact that anyone would want to limit government spending horrifies democrats.




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  1. Well, please keep in mind that the current Squatter-in-Chief referred to the Constitution as a ‘charter of negative rights’, or some such drivel. The point being he didn’t then, and does not now, look with favor upon restictions of any kind on the Federal government.

  2. Addendum to post #1: Hey, it’s the dimmocrap way!

  3. That will only help him.

  4. speaking of partiers………..his response needs to be swift regarding the ones own parties with thugs in the white house…….!!!!!!

  5. “their web video and “rapid response” email attack machine on former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.”

    The only people who might even care are the usual sufferers of tertiary syphilis that make up the Democratic Party “base.”

  6. Obama and the Democrats were hammering Romney all this time and I didint’ hear about it?
    LOL No they weren’t .
    They want Romney as the GOP candidate
    He’s so much like Obama, voters won’t see a valid A or B choice, Just 2 A’s Most will sit out the election BECAUSE of the lack of a stark difference

  7. ++

    ooh, can’t wait to see the rebuttal.. :D


  8. These are the type of dem ads I can support.

  9. So does this mean they want to face Newt or they don’t want to face Newt? LOL

  10. I LOVE this AD!!! It’s AWESOME!!!

    Eliminate the Department of EDUCATION!! I LOVE IT!!!

  11. Obama and the Democrats were hammering Romney all this time and I didint’ hear about it?
    LOL No they weren’t .
    They want Romney as the GOP candidate


    They have been “attacking Mitt” (according to some dubious sources) while simultaneously proclaiming him “the only serious candidate” and “candidate by default” and “person who scares Democrats the most” etc, etc, etc…

    Mittens has long been endorsed by the Democrats and Liberal media – they have been open about that. Obama has also played his hands (the whole anti-wall-street/class warfare stuff) based off the assumption they can get us to nominate Romney (who is Wall-street personified, and oozes “wealthy”, silver-spoon Republican)

    There is no way Obama or the Lib Media wants anyone but Romney – the only thing that can be considered “attacks” are things they are floating out there to ideally deflate the GOP enthusiasm and eventually set up for the general election of Obama v Romney they desperately want to see

  12. ++

    re: Babsy #1 December 11, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    re: #9 December 11, 2011 at 3:13 pm bg

    Breaking Free from The Constitution

    [Mr. Obama’s comments take a turn from discussing the historical record. Unprovoked he laments that the Supreme Court “could not break free from the essential constraints placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution.” He further describes the Constitution as “a charter of negative liberties.” This is at odds with the preamble to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.]


  13. The demonrats are so out of touch they think this is an insult? lol.

  14. ++

    Obama et al were saving their best shots for Romney..

    hah, looks like they’ll be a tad disappointed
    that it’s not him, nor Perry for that matter..


  15. They have never understood what the Tea Party movement is and they never will.

  16. bg commented:
    ooh, can’t wait to see the rebuttal..

    Newt : I’m a TEA Party candidate, running against the Pee Party President
    Newt : In 2012, you decide, TEA or Pee

  17. Not only is it not an insult, I just wish it were true.

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