“The Higher a Monkey Climbs on a Pole, the More You Can See His Butt”

15 Dec

 

A few days ago, senior Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod was speaking to reporters about Newt Gingrich and said this:

“just remember the higher a monkey climbs on a pole, the more you can see his butt.’ So, you know, the Speaker is very high on the pole right now and we’ll see how people like the view”

Axelrod then turned his criticism to Mitt Romney:

“What was startling to me [about the $10,000 bet in Saturday’s debate] was that generally his practice has been to bet other people’s money, not his own”

Is this guy serious?  “Other people’s money, not his own”?  This coming from a guy, who belongs to a party, whose sole goal in life is to get as much of other people’s money as possible so that they can give it away to their friends and campaign donors.  Every single thing that Democrats do is with other people’s money.  You know, things like the failed solar company Solyndra. That sort of thing.  With Solyndra, all of Obama’s friends made out like bandits.  His friends that ran Solyndra got $535 million in taxpayer dollars and the law firm that represented them was paid $2.4 million (also taxpayer dollars) by Solyndra.  That law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati are major donors to the Democrat Party and Barack Obama.

I wonder if that is what David Axelrod means by betting with “other people’s money”?

Also, I wonder what the reaction would be from David Axelrod, Pelosi, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Sharpton, and the entire Democrat media if Mitt Romney’s or Newt Gingrich’s senior campaign strategist said this about Obama:

“Just remember, the higher a monkey climbs on a pole, the more you can see his butt.  So, the speaker is very high on the pole right now and we’ll see how people like the view.”

I’m sure that there would be no problem and that they all would understand what was meant by the comment.

 

 

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