In a total vindication of the hardworking staff’s dogged efforts, House of Obama consigliere David Axelrod has picked up where New York Times columnist Gail Collins left off, flogging “[Mitt] Romney’s infamous dog-on-the-roof road trip” on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
Via Mediaite (clip embedded):
[W]hen Joe Scarborough asks, “What is the Obama team’s take on this new front runner (Herman Cain)?” Axelrod replied, “My take is two things. One is, don’t get a take on any frontrunner on Republican side, because they are likely to change tomorrow. We’ve seen so many of them along the way here.”
Then, he pivoted to Romney, and his vexing vacay. “if I were sitting over there in the Romney camp, I would be wondering why people aren’t buying the dog food. And this is not a reference to strapping the dog on the…”
[All together now] . . . ROOF OF THE FAMILY CAR ON A TRIP TO CANADA!
So – new official rules for the Seamus Sweepstakes: Guess the date when Axelrod stops strapping Seamus to the roof of Romney’s presidential drive and win an all-expenses paid lunch with the hardworking staff.
(Michael Pahre, his employees and consultants not eligible.)