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Pfeiffer Declares Class Warfare

President Obama’s consigliere-in-chief Dan Pfeiffer Sunday signaled his boss will be waging class warfare through November, as Democrats reach ever deeper into their empty bag of tricks to try to hold onto the Senate.

Pfeiffer appeared on NBC’s Meet the Press.

We’re on the right side of the issue of that matters most to the public: Jobs and the economy.

Here’s what the president’s going to do: He s going to lay out the terms of the debate in this election – it’s a choice between Democrats who support an agenda of opportunity for all, Republicans who support and agenda of opportunity for a few.

Really? You think people are going to go for this again?

Pfeiffer demonstrates here that Democrats have absolutely no agenda. The agenda they had has been a disaster, and they’re reduced to blubbering stale lines about Republicans being for the rich.

Mean Republicans.

And the “opportunity for all” trope is going to be good for a  pleasant chuckle, since Obama has had five years to provide it and there are still not many jobs and not much of an economy.

Notice how Pfeiffer refuses to answer host David Gregory’s question about whether Obama is more of an asset or a  liability. I assume he realizes lying about this one would make him look like too much of an idiot with other political consultants.

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14 Responses to Pfeiffer Declares Class Warfare

  1. This guy is a droid. No emotion, the same facial expression all the time, android like speaking as if he is programmed.

    A really weird man willing to repeat anything he is programmed to say and does not waiver.

  2. The Republicans need to get their heads out of where the sun don’t shine and tell it like it is, outline what wars are really being waged, instead of letting the Dems continue this war on women stuff.
    This administration wages war on:
    People who want to work and don’t want to go on food stamps and unemployment.
    Big war on people who were responsible in the past and bought health insurance. Most are so screwed right now.
    War on women, conservative women in particular. They get called the most vile things imaginable.
    War on conservative blacks especially if they are successful. Ditto the vile names and including IRS audits.
    War on governors of conservative states. Until this admin, I never saw a DOJ go after states like this, yet ignore (and often reward) people who openly break the law.
    Need I go on?

    • Hear! hear!

      The fact is…there is a vacuum to be filled.
      Republicans can’t promote anything. They are the worst when it comes to marketing themselves.
      They are reactionary, always 2 steps back.

      So lying Democrats fill the void with slogans and marketing clichés.

      Boehner and McConnell are less than worthless. They hurt the message.

      More liberty. More PERSONAL liberty.

      • I think columnist E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post nails it with this ; “Listlessness is bad politics. Defensiveness is poor strategy. And resignation is never inspiring.
        Until now, Republicans have been guilty of all three.

  3. Pfeiffer must be assuming that the entire country has been in a coma for the past 5 years. When I can drive around L.A. County with an ‘Impeach Obama’ bumper sticker and not have my tires slashed (or worse), it’s pretty much over for the DEMS. Not an Obama sticker to been found anywhere in this town anymore.

    • Girly1, I thought I was the only one afraid to wear a T-Shirt, or a bumper sticker.
      Someone should ask Carney: When is this administration going to stop? Than read the whole LIST of terrible things we discuss here. If Carney cuts that party off. I want the next person to stand up and say the same thing!!!