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A parade of Republicans are attacking President Obama for opening the door to a Democratic-leaning Super PAC to support him. They’re criticizing the President for refusing to concede defeat in November. Campaign Manager Jim Messina explained the necessity of the President’s decision in a blog post last week:
“With so much at stake, we can’t allow for two sets of rules in this election whereby the Republican nominee is the beneficiary of unlimited spending and Democrats unilaterally disarm.”
A spokesman for Karl Rove’s American Crossroads PAC called it a “brazenly cynical move,” and Joe Pounder of the Republican National Committee said:
“Yet again, Barack Obama has proven he will literally do anything to win an election, including changing positions on the type of campaign spending he called nothing short of a ‘threat to our democracy.’”