|Weekly Talking Points
10 Democrats Who Disagree or Dodge Questions On President Obama's Comment that the Private Sector is "Doing Fine"
Former DNC Chair Governor Tim Kaine (D-VA) "I don't think the private sector is doing fine..."
Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner: "It is a very tough economy still..."
Former DNC Chair Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA) "It's obviously a very significant misstatement"
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick (D-MA) 'I think it's [the private sector] uncertain, and I think it suffers from a certain amount of the politics of uncertainty"
Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), when asked if he felt like the private sector is doing find like the President said the other day, "No."
Former Obama Economic Advisor Steven Rattner: "I'm saying it's not doing fine."
The NY Times' Paul Krugman: "The President Bungled the Line"
Congresswoman Shelley Berkley (D-NV) "We are going through very, very tough times"
Former Biden Economic Advisor Jared Bernstein: "I winced having not been in there"
Obama Senior Advisor David Axelrod Dodged Question About Private Sector Doing Fine Three Times
Information Courtesy of RNC Research Department
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