Ben Quayle Has a New TV Ad, and You'll Never Guess What He Says (Yes You Will)

Categories: Election 2012


Stop us if you've heard this before, but Congressman Ben Quayle thinks Barack Obama is the "worst president in history."

Quayle's got a new TV ad out in Arizona's Sixth Congressional District ahead of his August primary with fellow Republican Congressman David Schweikert, and sure enough, Quayle's going with his old standby -- sort of.

Two years ago, when Quayle was running for his first term in Congress, he got some folks riled up when he called Obama the "worst president in history" in a TV ad.

In Quayle's new ad, he now (kind of) says Obama's not the worst president in history -- because Quayle simply "overestimated" the man.

Quayle's said this before, but it's now Quayle-approved for your television set.

This isn't really surprising, since the ad apparently didn't hurt Quayle's chances of being elected to Congress the first time, and he sure likes to harp on the President.

You can watch Quayle's 2010 ad below, for comparison's sake:




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dominatornaz_sgt
dominatornaz_sgt

His father can't spell potato without the "E." In his case, you can't spell potato without "P-O-T." 

Reggievv21
Reggievv21

What a race he would have for that title with Trent "DC Morality Police Chief" Franks.

guest
guest

ARROGANT ASSHOLE!  This coming from the mouth of a member of the worst congress in history....

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Information like what you described here is going to be quite useful to me. I will post a link to this post on my site. I am sure my members will find that helpful.

TruConserv
TruConserv

The excuses of the weak ... it's always someone else's fault ... no personal accountability ... finally retreating the perceived safe harbor of name calling and feet stomping.  Your post reminds us why negative stereotypes of liberals exist. Bottom line: he didn't get what he wanted (not what I wanted). You continue to paint him as a victim of the radical right.  As I stated before, in politics only the weak are victims. Obama is a weak president.  That is not to say he's a bad president nor is that an endorsement of Romney.  It's just a statement of fact.

Bill Snodgrass
Bill Snodgrass

This idiot is dumber than his father.  I did not think that was possible but just listen to him. Has no idea how to be a positive influence, no plan on how to move the country forward, just name calling and being disrespectful toward the President.  Oppose his policies but show respect for the person.  Typical republician in Arizona, they make fools out of themselves daily.  One reason I left the party.

TruConserv
TruConserv

I largely agree. The Radical Right put ideology over country, and that's a shame. However, a strong president, one able to rally the country, could have found the political where with all to expose the radicals for what they are.  Obama did not. He compromised.  He appeased.  He acted like a wimp. As you state, he is the victim of the Radical Right. As a President, if you are the victim, then you are weak.  Period.

TruConserv
TruConserv

He's failed on the big issues, where he had a vision and instead of getting it, he let the (R) marginalize him. 1) no single-payer health insurance.  Instead, he adopted the Romney plan. 2) Half-assed stimulus plan.  He knew what was needed to save the economy, and he caved on a plan that was less than that. 3) Limited regulatory and judiciary appointments - the (R) have denied him the ability to put the people in place to see his policies put into place. 4) No DREAM Act. On and on and on. Obama has fought, and he has lost.  He's been out-foxed by the wingnuts. He is a weak president, as that term is universally understood and as Obama's efficacy is measured against other presidents. Sure, he's had some wins - but they are largely few and far between. When the Radical Right can hold up legislation to help 98-percent of the people while demanding, in essence, free Polo Ponies for America's Millionaires, you have the very model of a modern weak president.

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