In this winner-take-all race to take this country back to its authoritarian and religious beginnings (he would have you believe), there is nothing he and his party won’t do.
Like this headline story on Fox News: Republicans fight back on outsourcing charge, accuse Obama of funding foreign jobs.
Republicans are turning the tables on the Obama campaign, launching an aggressive effort to cast the president as the "outsourcer in chief" in response to Democrats labeling Mitt Romney an "outsourcing pioneer."
The new website, Obamanomics Outsourced, includes a map with pop-up details about the administration's foreign-tied investments. It also includes a breakdown of myriad projects funded by U.S. taxpayer dollars, which the RNC says amounts to outsourcing. "Over his four years in office, Obama promised that he would focus on creating 'jobs that pay well and can't be outsourced,'" the site says.
“Promised?” every time I hear that allegation, I know a Republican is lying. Promising anything as a politician is extremely risky and rare (except for Obamacare). Can anyone point out a “promise” Obama made about jobs? Didn’t think so.
Priebus’ propagandist flair for old and failed Obama attacks, are all collected and presented anew at the Obamanomics site:
The website cites anecdotes of alleged "outsourcing" around the globe, though many of these cases are a bit of a gray area.
The RNC pointed to money that went to Fisker Automotive, which is producing a luxury electric sports car in Finland. FactCheck.org, though, says that while the firm got a $169 million federal loan guarantee, the loan money itself was spent in the U.S.
In Mexico, the new site notes solar firm SunPower is having some solar panels for its stimulus-backed solar facility manufactured at a plant in Mexico. According to FactCheck.org, though, that company will be getting most of its solar panels from a California plant.