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Subject Obama Campaign 'Shifting Strategy' After Debate, Going THE FULL ALINSKY Now!
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Original Message The obviously cooked unemployment numbers are just the beginning. The Obama campaign will now go THE FULL CHICAGO, in a desperate attempt to win.

The debate was TRULY A GAME CHANGER, as the polls just now coming in clearly show. For the first time, tens of millions of Americans finally got to see Mitt Romney free of the MSM filter, that has been painting him as a boob, a moron, or worse for the last 6 months.

No one does nasty and mean like a spoiled fag....
Romney will have to slap him around some more.

The Obama camp has realized their man can’t compete with Romney, so they are going to lie. Unfortunately, it won’t work. Obama is going to come off as the angry Affirmative Action hire.

As they said in 2000 during the Bush/Gore recounts, when asked why Leftists are so frantic when losing:

If a Republican loses, he usually just goes back to his job or business. If the Leftists aren't in government, they don't eat. Absent other people's money, they're worthless.

From White House Insider:
"Casting completely aside the Obama 2008 brand of a hopeful unifier, Obama’s operatives Thursday dived straight the jugular, working on multiple fronts to brand Romney a liar. The campaign, Obama aides made clear, would henceforth be conducted exclusively Chicago style.

In a vicious and personal assault rarely conducted at the highest level of U.S. politics, White House senior adviser David Plouffe repeatedly told reporters aboard Air Force One that Romney was “dishonest.” With the president of the United States in a cabin just a few steps away, his top adviser pushed out the new campaign theme that the man who had bested him in the debate Wednesday night is an untrustworthy scoundrel."

[link to www.whitehousedossier.com]
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