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Democrats Didn't Get the Bipartisan Memo   January 27th, 2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committe stokes partisan divisiveness       

 
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Apparently the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee didn't get the memo from President Obama that the message is bipartisanship.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/first100days/2009/01/27/dems-launch-online-petition-rush-limbaugh

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched an online petition for readers to express their outrage at Rush Limbaugh for saying he wanted President Obama to fail, CNSNews.com reported.


President Obama seemingly forgot last Friday that the message was bipartisanship. His people tried to spin the comment over the weekend into it being about a "bigger message about bipartisanship," or something. But now it seems that they forgot to send the bipartisan memo to the DCCC. And the DCCC apparently thinks that if Obama is out there invoking Limbaugh, that's what the DCCC should be doing, too. So rather than put Obama's misstep behind them and try to get back on message, they seem to want to drum up more partisan rhetoric.

I suspect President Obama would prefer to have not brought up Limbaugh at all last Friday, and I'm sure Limbaugh doesn't mind the repeated attention from President Obama and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

The Democrats won the presidency, the House, and the Senate. What on earth are they doing worrying about a radio talk show host? It's like the Democrats haven't realized they won the election and it's time to ditch the silly petitions and just plain do the governing they were elected to do.

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