Last Sunday, David Axelrod told Chris Wallace, “The choice in this election is between an economy that produces a growing middle class and that gives people a chance to get ahead and their kids a chance to get ahead and an economy that continues down the road we’re on.”
Whoops, he did it again, this past Friday:
West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin (D) announced he wasn’t sure whom he would vote for in the November presidential election. Today, Obama top campaign advisor David Axelrod stated on CNN that he understood how Manchin would be wary of endorsing Obama. “Right now in West Virginia,” he said, “these first three and a half years haven’t been that good to West Virginia. So, then you look [at] what the options will be, who will be on the other end.”
Perhaps the above video will help to explain one reason why “these first three and a half years haven’t been that good to West Virginia,” and why change needs to come in November.
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