Priceless: RNC Attacks Obama on Jobs — from a Call Center Located in the Philippines

Yes, the Party of the Job Creators Who Create Jobs Overseas hired a call center in the Philippnes to carp about Obama not creating enough American jobs. This is who the Republicans really are and what they do — cynical, manipulative and not concerned one whit with the American economy except as it affects the top one percent. You may apply your palm to your forehead now, but not too hard — you don’t want to give yourself a concussion this early in the election season.

Republican National Committee used Philippines firm to set up call blasting Obama on unemployment.

By Lynn Sweet
Chicago Sun-Times
May 3, 2012

WASHINGTON–The Republican National Committee on Thursday stepped up its assault on President Barack Obama in advance of his campaign formal kick off Saturday in Ohio and Virginia–hitting him on “high unemployment” in the U.S. as the RNC used a firm located in the Philippines to set up the “messaging” call.

The call featured RNC Chair Reince Priebus, Virginia GOP state party chair Pat Mullins and Ohio state party chair Bob Bennett. The conference call was part of the roll out of the new GOP slogan, “Hype and Blame,” a deliberate play on Obama’s 2008 “Hope and Change” slogan.

When I called in for the conference call, I asked where the operator I talked to was based and was told Manila. UPDATE The RNC used a Verizon conference calling system. END UPDATE

During the call, Priebus said Obama was “the president of hype and blame,” who said “he was going to be different, he said he was going to be transparent. …He blames everyone but the man in the mirror.”

Mullins called Obama “a cold, calculating, Chicago political operator” who “is not good enough for Virginia” and who is “not good enough for America.”

Read the rest here.

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