I watched this live, and the arguments John Sununu made (while over-talking Andrea Mitchell) were 100% Rovian. Karl Rove's strategy has always been to take your candidate's weaknesses and attribute them to the opposition, aka projection.
Every one of the descriptions he ticked off to Mitchell applied to Willard Romney, not President Obama: Outsourcing, unemployment, taking money out of the country, caring only about himself, not caring about the people who support him, and desperate acts of class warfare.
And don't get me started on his twisting the facts into unrecognizable knots.
This is what Republicans do because they know they have no case, so they feel it necessary to project. It's all they have when the arguments clearly don't favor their side.
To quote my friend Jon Hartmann: All the money in the world cannot sway an educated voter..and this is why Karl Rove fears educated voters..
Here is Stephanie Cutter's response: