Today I received electronic mail Jim Messina, Campaign Manager, Obama for America, and as always I read it with a lot of attention. I always say that it is I very interesting the way of making political in United States.
Him first that I spend, when reading the I title, it was an escalofrió. The mail is titled: "Areunion". As they can read, of entrance, gets the attention. In this mail they ask me if I remember when George W. Bush was a president. Because if I remember; I don't like many things that he/she made, but it is that the consultants that had were not a great thing.
George W. Bush supports Romney, and I find that of the most normal thing among coreligionists, or not? Jim comments that the whole campaign of Romney is beginning to resemble the way a lot of behaving of Bush. He also says that a series of "stars" of the team of foreign policy of Bush now was signed to help Romney. And the main ones advisory economic of Bush, it seems that either working for Romney.
According to all this, if Romney wins, would there be more than the same thing that Bush made, does North America need that?
I leave them, almost I integrate, the mail, so that you reach their conclusions:
"'A George W. Bush reunion'
Jim Messina, BarackObama.com
For Catalina Beleña
Remember when George W. Bush was president?
I've tried to block it, too. But we can't forget, and this morning is a perfect example of why: Hours ago, Bush officially endorsed Romney.
And the feeling is mutual. Despite what he wants everyone to believe, Romney's been endorsing Bush's policies since he started running for president.
In fact, the whole Romney campaign is starting to look a lot like a Bush 43 reunion.
A number of "stars" from Bush's foreign policy team are now signed up to help Romney. And Bush's top economic advisors? It seems like they're all either working for Romney now, or they're on the short list to be his VP pick.
And who can forget, who we know is running around behind the scenes funneling money to his shadowy interest groups that are trying to take down President Obama?
No matter what you've heard, the entire premise of Mitt Romney's campaign is taking us back to the Bush administration.
President Bush may have endorsed Governor Romney today, but Romney has already endorsed a return to Bush-era policies: massive tax cuts weighted towards the wealthiest costing $5 trillion, zero accountability for Wall Street, and a reckless foreign policy that would keep our troops in Afghanistan indefinitely.
There's a way to stop that from happening: When news like this breaks, we need to make this campaign stronger.
Obama for America"