Axelrod: Picking Rubio “Would Be an Insult to The Hispanic Community”
I’ve never been one to like David Axlerod. His condescending attitude and that awful mustache above his mouth irritate me. No, I’m not about to start ‘a war on mustaches,’ but this guy’s actions have hit an all-time low. No really, he can’t possibly go any lower.
In an interview with Al Punto yesterday, Axlerod made it clear that the only strategy left in Obama’s campaign strategy is to simply insult and put down their opponents. But, what else is new? Here’s what Axelrod had to say:
I think it would be an insult to the Hispanic community to choose Senator Rubio if the thinks that that is somehow—if Governor Romney thinks that’s sort of a get-out-of-jail-free card for all of the things and the positions that he’s taken.
Right about now, your head ought to be spinning out of the sheer stupidity that spewed out of that guy’s mouth.
Honestly, I can’t fathom how this man came up with that nonsensical statement. Sometimes I wonder if he tries to be stupid, or if it just comes naturally to him. I also find it interesting that David Axelrod has decided he knows what’s good and not good, what’s insulting and not insulting, for the Hispanic community. Then again, maybe he’s 1/32 of something like Elizabeth Warren.
I guess it’s a foreign concept to people like Axelrod that someone might actually pick the best person for a job regardless of race. It seems the only person making a big deal out of Rubio’s ethnicity here is David Axelrod. Why is that? It’s not hard to figure out.
David Axelrod is nothing more than Obama’s attack dog and he has no intention of discussing issues. All he wants to do is divide people, talk about race, and whatever else he can do to make this election about anything other than President Obama’s miserable record. It’s simply another instance of the Obama campaign of distracting from the number one issue, the economy. They’ll run around screaming ‘fair share!” and anything else they can think of to try to get Americans to forget what an awful job they’ve done over the last four years.
Axelrod’s move was just a ploy to paint Rubio as somewhat of an outsider and to discredit the Senator as just some Hispanic Senator so that he cannot be viewed as a member of the Hispanic community come time for the campaign.
This all comes back to the Obama campaign promoting division rather than unity and solutions. It’s because he’d rather beat Romney than win as Obama (because the latter might just be impossible). And how do they do that? Attack, make up things, and do whatever they can to take the focus off his record and the economy.
But that’s what how Obama campaign sees America, as different groups of people they can exploit for political purposes rather than a nation of individual free thinkers. How sad.