This week, the Mitt Romney campaign earned itself some plaudits after releasing a rather evocative new advertisement, called "Bump In The Road." The spot is a brutal attack ad that hits right at the heart of the nation's ongoing unemployment crisis.
It seems like just a little while ago that the Washington Post's Dana Milbank was rightfully complaining about the rogering he was getting at the hands of Citibank. One might have imagined that Milbank's trials and tribulations then would have given him some insight into the reality that income disparity exists and that ordinary people are bearing the brunt of the bad economy. Only, now that a bunch of Democratic lawmakers have set out to try to ameliorate these problems, Milbank has reverted back to a position of hyena-bray ridicule.