“Make no mistake: a vote for Rice is a vote for Obama”
Bruce Blakeman, the Republican-Conservative-
Stressing that neighbors “make no mistake: a vote for Rice is a vote for Obama,” Blakeman powerfully conveys a key point using the Democrat’s top official’s own words: President Obama declaring that even though he’s not on the ballot his policies are on, “every single one of them.”
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“Kathleen Rice is running as fast as she can away from President Obama. But neighbors are smart enough to know that a vote for Kathleen Rice is a vote for the Obama agenda,” said Blakeman campaign spokesman Matt Coleman.
The Wall Street Journal published a piece earlier this week that summed up Kathleen Rice’s campaign strategy perfectly: “However much distance these Democrats are seeking from the president, they will generally be on-board with his agenda.” (Source: The Wall Street Journal. 10/21/2014)
The Blakeman Campaign also pointed to Rice’s convenient excuse to initially skip the president’s planned appearance in her hometown of Garden City, less than a mile from both her home and office, that was later cancelled, using her oft-repeated claim that she was “busy.” (Source: New York Post. 10/15/2014)
No wonder voter momentum is squarely behind Blakeman.
KATHLEEN RICE & PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA…ONE IN THE SAME
FAILURE TO STOP EBOLA
Obama: Opposes a flight ban from Ebola-stricken West African nations. (USA Today, 10/17/2014)
Rice: Opposes a flight ban from Ebola-stricken West African nations. (Newsday, 10/16/2014)
FAILURE TO STOP ISIS
Obama: As airstrikes have failed to stop ISIS from gaining territory in Iraq and Syria, President Obama has met with military leaders to regroup. (Bloomberg News, 10/14/2014)
Rice: “[President Obama has a] smart strategy to destroy ISIL wherever they are” (Newsday, 9/11/2014)
FAILURE TO CREATE GOOD JOBS
Rice: Called the September US Jobs Report that details flat wages, higher prices and too many part time jobs “good news.” (Source: Kathleen Rice tweet, 10/3/2014)
Obama: Gave what was billed as a big economic speech “intended to show voters who give the president dismally low marks on the economy that [he]was on the case” but “fell flat.” The only headline from the address was President Obama’s remark that: ‘I am not on the ballot this fall. … But make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot. Every single one of them.’” (Source: CNBC, 10/3/2014)