More Dems dump on Obama's Bain attack

Advertising attacking Romney and Bain as vampire capitalists turns out to be latest exploding cigar of the Obama campaign. First, Cory Booker called the ads "disgusting" (likening them to attacks on Rev. Wright) and was forced to publicly humiliate himself with a clarification that merely clarified that the Obama campaign had put enormous pressure on him to laughably claim he was taken out of context. Now a whole host of other prominent Democrats are distancing themselves. Cameron Joseph of The Hill: Despite pushback from more than a half-dozen Democrats, the Obama campaign on Tuesday defended how it has scrutinized Romney's business background. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), a widely respected member of Congress, stopped short of criticizing the president, but made it clear that the campaign should pivot. "It's done," she said. "Go on to other things now." Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) told The Hill, "I think the average American ... hopes that this campaign will focus on competing...(Read Full Post)