“If you don’t have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare the voters.
If you don’t have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from.”
(Barack Obama, DNC Convention, 2008)
As summer draws near and temperatures begin to soar, the stench of desperate Democrats begins to waft across America’s political landscape. Three and a half years into this most unfortunate presidential term, the average American has come to the realization the hope and change promised by a rank unknown in 2008 smacks too much of the socialism that more astute eyes and ears caught from the beginning of his meteoric takeover of the election spotlight. Put simply, President Lame Duck’s snarky presumption of great intelligence and endless finger-pointing campaigning have now begun to bear fruit and the taste is far from sweet.
Instead of realizing that leadership is something requiring more effort than bowing to foreign rulers in the Middle East and sucking up to Islamic extremists, playing golf, appearing on late-night television shows and Hollywood fundraisers or checking off names on a kill list, The Abonimable One has doubled-down and alternately continues to blame his predecessor for the results of his failed policies while attempting to rule by executive fiat.
Obligingly, his poll numbers drop correspondingly.
This doesn’t bode well for someone who wants to rule the world…errrr…serve another term in office so word on the street is that the Chicago machine is frantically sharpening its claws in preparation for what they hope will be an early takedown of the presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney.
The following quote was given to John Heilemann by an Obama campaign advisor on how they plan to win over racists. You know, those “bitter clingers”, “teabaggers” and others who believe the Constitution is not equal to Charmin, live responsibly and expect others to do the same.
“[Romney is] not likable. He’s not trustworthy. He’s not on your side. You live in Pittsburgh and you’ve got dirt under your fingernails, who do you want to have a beer with? It ain’t f***ing Mitt Romney. You’re like, ‘S**t, I’d rather have a beer with the black guy than him!’”
Yes, indeed. They intend on putting the finest of their crude, inner-city Chicago on full display; the same kind of low-class divisive act that cost the Democrat-backed unions Wisconsin and California earlier this month.
Americans aren’t as stupid as Herr Barry thinks.