Sunday, May 26, 2013

Axelrod's Got Amnesia

Thrills me to no end to remind Democrats of their hypocrisy!

Had Axelrod paid attention when he was at the White House, he might not be so stupid as to claim the following (trust me he knew):

Axelrod Blames Republicans for Washington Bridge Collapse

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On Twitter, former senior advisor to President Obama, David Axelrod, blamed Republicans for the collapse of a portion of the I-5 bridge in Mount Vernon Washington. He tweeted:

The Obama administration supposedly spent hundreds of millions of dollars on infrastructure in the stimulus package of 2009.

Ben Shapiro is Editor-At-Large of Breitbart News and author of the New York Times bestseller “Bullies: How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America” (Threshold Editions, January 8, 2013).

That's right.  His boss got a nice fat stimulus bill passed.  Where did the money go?  Hey, Dave, old and the big O earmarked it for the unions, all those failed green energy fiascoes, schools and anybody else he needed to pay back for getting elected.  But they sold it to the American people as  "job creating", "building up our infrastructure" and "saving jobs".  Hogwash! Most of this money as far as I can tell has gone to government and not the private sector.

Oh David, let me remind you.....Here in Lee County over $9 million alone went to Lee County School System ( don't ask Bonardi and Moss and the rest of the "don't you call us out" boys and girls about that).

Here is a link to the overall summary of what NC received:

If any of you want to know how massive the crap in government spending is, look no further
than what I am presenting. This is a document that states how Lee County spent it's share: 

So Mr. Axelrod is doing what he does best:  Shoving both feet  down his own throat as far as they will go.   It isn't the Republicans fault the bridge failed.  It's Obama's.  He's the one that is burning bridges instead of building them.

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