Marco Rubio to Talk About That Bombshell Obama Tape From 1998 That No One Cares About
The GOP is in full AH CRAP THE CAMPAIGN IS ON FIRE! FIX IT! FIX! OHHH THE HUMANITY!! mode and is sending in their golden boy to right the ship.
No, not that golden boy.
Your very own Sen. Marco Rubio is heading a conference call today at 4 p.m. to talk about that video of then-state-Sen. Barack Obama that recently surfaced where he talks about redistribution and something something something NAZICOMMUNIST!
It's all part of the Republican plan to shift attention off of Mitt Romney pointing at poor people and sneering at their poorness and get people to notice a bland video of Obama that was made 14 years ago.
And an excellent plan it is!
In the video, Obama speaks of being a believer of redistribution of wealth via the government and makes this startling statement!!!:
"I think the trick is figuring out how do we structure government systems that pool resources and hence facilitate some redistribution because I actually believe in redistribution -- at least a certain level -- to make sure that everybody's got a shot."
You see, America??? This Trotsky wannabe is unfit to lead you because he believes in a system that helps people who are down on their luck and need a boost from a place they otherwise wouldn't be able to get.
"To. Make. Sure. Everybody's. Got. A. Shot."
Pure evil, that guy.
Along with the conference call, the GOPers are also releasing an ad to highlight Sen.
Palpatine Obama's comments:
Also, we're not sure what Romney's peeps hope to gain from the new ad and conference call other than to remind people who think Obama is a commie anyway that he's unfit for office.
Not sure this will sway the "47 percent" Romney took a golden shit on. But you have to give them credit for trying and turning on the RUBIO SIGNAL to help save the day.
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