Last September, after Republicans and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., jumped on the fairly bogus "lipstick on a pig" story during last year's campaign, then-Sen. Obama angrily said , "the American people are looking to us for answers. Not distractions, not diversions, not manipulations. They want real answers to the real problems we are facing. That’s the kind that I intend to have because that’s the kind of debate the American people deserve." So what would he make of the DNC's new fundraising campaign to put a billboard aimed at Rush Limbaugh in the conservative talk show host's home town of West Palm Beach, Florida?