Obama frets over super PAC spending

By Susan Crabtree - The Washington Times

Monday, February 6, 2012

President Obama predicted an onslaught of negative campaigning by “super PACs” during the general election, although he did not disavow his own fundraising machine or the outside groups backing him for president.

“One of the worries we have, obviously, in the next campaign is that there are so many of these so-called ‘super PACs,’ these independent expenditures that are going to be out there. There’s going to be just a lot of money floating around,” he said during an taped interview with NBC’s Matt Lauer that aired Monday. “And I guarantee you a bunch of that’s going to be negative.”

Despite his concerns, Mr. Obama declined to say whether he would call on the groups not to run negative campaigns on his behalf or try to convince the Republican nominee to elevate the political discourse.

Obama frets over super PAC spending - Washington Times
All Obama has to run on is negative campaign ads against his opponents. Is he really going to run on his record of accomplishments?

Well over 8% unemployment for the longest sustained time in the history of this country since the great depression. 16+% underemployment (stimulus jobs), $4+ trillion dollars in new debt in less than 3 years, home foreclosures continuing unabated by any Obama plan, gasoline hovering around $4 a gallon, food prices hitting the stratosphere and GDP growth below 2% which means we're losing ground.

That's the platform the Obama and the Democrats have to run on? C'mon Barry, your going to get the negativity you give. Your problem is we the people are living that negativity.