President Bill Clinton, earlier today, making the case for President Obama's reelection at a rally in Parma, Ohio:
In the last 32 months our economy has produced 5.3 million private sector jobs. That is twice as many as were produced in the seven years after the dot-com bubble burst and crashed under the Bush administration. Two to one. Now, if we're plainly moving back, why in the wide world would you junk a strategy that's working for one that you know won't work?As President Clinton said, President Obama hasn't fixed all the economic problems he inherited from George W. Bush, but with 5.3 million private sector jobs created over the last 32 months, his economic plan is working—and it would be a tragedy to abandon all the progress we've made by electing Mitt Romney and returning to the Bush economic strategy.
Now that's a great case for reelecting President Obama—for and staying as far away from Mitt Romney as possible—but Republiclowns Reince Priebus and Karl Rove decided that they could sell it as an endorsement of Mitt Romney. And they did it in the lamest way possible: