A Few GOP Messengers
Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI): Close Aide Example
Very Misleading Anti-ACA (Obamacare) AD
Major Update here (
February 24, 2014) from MSNBC on the story seen the Youtube
What a shocker is this, right? “Koch Brothers' Propaganda Arm – Americans for Prosperity (AFP) defends the misleading Ad and will not, at this point at least, provide any evidence to back up the story of Julie Boonstra.
Original Post from Here: There is very long trail of evidence that shows clearly how much and how far, or should say how low the GOP will go in their effort to discredit President Obama. They have belittled, insulted, disparaged, and downgraded him every way possible since he took office on
They have attacked him and the DEMS in their words, deeds, and actions, including repeated actions. Most of it comes from duly-elected officials in office at all levels of government who in domestic and foreign affairs. In short, they want him to fail as much as possible and the sooner the better (for them, they think). In this post are two of the latest examples.
The first example is the recent email dump (extract of one above) from a close aide to Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI). It is a classic. It follows on the heels of on-going Gov. Christie (R-NJ) bridge-traffic scandal in NJ.
Then there are the recent comments by Gov. Haley (R-SC) regarding her open and public hatred for Unions in
Then the latest in Ohio with that Gov's stance and reversal on fracking on public land scandal. I could go on and on, but the record is clear and research is plentiful. I would add as honestly as I can: folks is this is a lot more serious than “politics as usual” far more serious.
The second example is the misleading health care Ad shown in the article and analysis therein from the Washington Post Fact Checker, MSNBC, and others about the GOP tactics in the article and elsewhere.
The Ad can be seen here (in her own words). On the surface is almost brings tears to your eyes, that is until the facts are brought to bear and that is the point, or at least it should be - what are the facts???
Read the analysis and story and decide for yourself in an honest and objective way. For GOPers, natch, that will be a tough determination to make - bias and hardcore slanted opinion have a tendency to cloud the truth and facts - that's the GOP mantra these days.