After admittedly failing to change Washington and acknowledging he can’t change Washington from the inside, the president undermined the rationale for his candidacy. If he can’t change Washington, why is he running for reelection? Today we have a new web video, graphic and RNC Research piece.
- · New Video "By His Own Admission" http://bit.ly/QHuGzH
- · Graphic: "Change-Changed" http://bit.ly/PZ0nXN
· RNC Research: Giving Up On Change: Obama Promised To Change Washington, But After Four Years As President He Now Says Washington Can’t Be Changed From The Inside http://bit.ly/Sbm4V1
RNC Releases Web Video "By His Own Admission"
WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee releases "By His Own Admission" after President Obama admitted that he can't change Washington--even though that was the central promise of his campaign four years ago. Maybe he's gotten too cozy with the lobbyists he hired in the White House or wasted too many taxpayer dollars on failed green energy companies like Solyndra.
Web video can be viewed here.
Download the web video here.
"It's becoming clearer by the day that President Obama's campaign is a mirage," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. "'Yes We Can' was appealing to so many four years ago, but four years later, it's turned into 'No I Can't.' Barack Obama's campaign rationale in 2008 was his ability to change how things are done in Washington, but now he says that he can't change things at all and has instead become part of the problem. Washington is more broken, more divisive, and less respected than when Barack Obama was elected four years ago. Now, he says that Washington can only be changed from the outside. The American people will give him that opportunity this fall."