President Barack Hussein Obama Gets “Blame Bush” Winning Strategy from Failed 1988 Presidential Nominee Michael S. Dukakis
It just went from bad to worse to pathetic for Democrats. File this one under you just can’t make this stuff up. Michael S. Dukakis visits the WH to provide a winning strategy for Democrats. What’s the matter, was Walter Mondale busy?
It is back to the future for the Democrats in this years 2010 midterm elections. Former failed 1988 Democrat Presidental nominee Michael S. Dukakis stopped in at the White House last week to provide the Obama Administration with a winning strategy for 2010. While most people reading this story were trying to determine whether this was one provided by The Onion, Dukakis’ strategy was new, bold and reflective of his own 1988 landslide loss. Dukakis like every other Democrat running for office wanted not to run on the merits of what Democrats have done, but rather to just blame Bush.
There is no truth to the rumor that Dukakis suggested Obama do a tank photo-op as well, because it worked so well for Michael Dukakis
Former Massachusetts Governor Michael S. Dukakis, the failed 1988 presidential nominee, recently visited the White House and delivered his strategy for the midterm elections: pound key precincts across the country with the message that Republicans want to implement the same policies that led to the Great Recession.
Dukakis, who said in a telephone interview that he “popped in” to the White House while on a trip here several weeks ago, said he told aides to President Obama that Republicans “want to go back and do exactly what got us in this mess in the first place.”
“It seems to me there has to be a single message coming from Democrats, from the president on down,” Dukakis said. “We’ve got to pound that message as hard as can from now until November.”
Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin.com
It would seem that Dukakis’ strategy is no different than the lame present Democrat one that finds them on the verge of losing the US House, US Senate, Governorships and State legislatures in the 2010 midterm elections.
So this is what it has come to for Democrats? A former Democrat Presidential nominee who lost in an electorial landslide 426 – 111 providing advice for Democrats to win in 2010. Next up at the White House … Walter Mondale.