Stephanie Cutter is deputy campaign manager for President Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign. When I visited her YouTube channel, it said she had posted 2,294 videos. Ouch. So not gonna watch any of that. Just for youse guys, I did sample two. In the first one, she claimed she’d expose all of Karl Rove’s Evil Lies. Whatever. I turned it off.
In this one below, she claims to expose The Romney Campaign’s Double Standard. I listened up to :49, just enough to hear her complain that diddling with statistics is only a Very Bad Thing when Republicans do it. When Democrats do it, they’re just Telling The Truth. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiight. Like how they blame all that deficit spending in 2007 and 2008 on BUSH. Jerks.
Stephanie Cutter: The Romney Campaign’s Double Standard
I really do not have the stomach for oppo research. Thank God for the people who do. Blowing kisses to Pete, who posted this odd video yesterday. Turns out it’s not Stephanie Cutter’s outtakes, but an SNL-style comedy skit, done by the same group that helped launch Tina Fey’s career.
Stephanie Cutter Knows She’s Screwed — Obama FA Outtakes [1:39]
Ah, Tina Fey … that would make “Stephanie Cutter Knows She’s Screwed” a 2012 Conservative version of the 2008 hit “I can see Alaska from my house!”
Blowing more kisses to Mafia Rose, who actually read the article at http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/06/13/1099699/-How-we-could-stop-the-Adelsons-and-their-millions which was the motivation behind the comedy skit. According to Rose, the author had the bright idea that if all of the liberal millionaires and billionaires pledged to match conservative millionaire and billionaire donations, the conservatives would stop donating.
I dunno why Daily Kos bothered to publish an article. Wouldn’t it have been faster to just phone George Soros and put the plan to him? They must have him on Speed Dial, right?
It’s too bad that Stephanie Cutter hasn’t got anywhere near the value of Sarah Palin as a political comedy target, because Janel Benisch (the comedienne in the skit) does bear a striking resemblance to her.