In his appearance on Wednesday on Morning Joe, David Axelrod tried to explain how the public's perception of the Obama campaign was the most negative. According to an NBC/ Wall Street Journal poll, 22% of Americans viewed the Obama campaign as the most negative while nearly half of them saw the Romney campaign as negative.
So how did Axelrod respond to this? Well he did sort of like his boss does. When Barack Obama is looking for someone to blame, George W. Bush is his "punching bag." When Axelrod looked for blame, he blamed Mitt Romney. I'm not kidding.
"Well that's because the Romney campaign and their friends in the SuperPAC world have just spent tens and tens of millions of dollars specifically on spots accusing Obama of running a negative campaign. So I'm not surprised to see those numbers jump a little."
You have to watch the video because Joe Scarborough is giggling a bit and it is classic that he asks without skipping a beat, "So it's not your negative ads, it's their negative ads accusing you of being negative that has caused that number to go up?"
Oh brother, it seems that Obamaitis is contagious. These people cannot accept blame for what they do and they live in a fantasy world where they think everyone in America thinks they are God's gift to man, except if Mitt Romney or anyone else decides to oppose them about anything.
Seriously the mentality of these people to think they cannot do wrong and everyone else is to blame is disturbing and borders on mental illness.Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.