Sunday, October 17, 2010

Snake-bit by his own actions

It's all going straight down the drain for Dear Leader, despite his frantic campaign pace the last few days:

"Nearly two years after putting Obama in the White House, one-quarter of those who voted for the Democrat are defecting to the GOP or considering voting against the party in power this fall. Just half of them say they definitely will show up Nov. 2, according to an Associated Press-Knowledge Networks poll released two weeks before Obama's first midterm elections."

Ordinary peasants are finally realizing that our President is a far-left ideologue who has no interest in any other strategy than "fundamentally transforming the United States of America" (his words) into a socialist paradise.


"'He ran as a centrist. I don't think he's a centrist at all. ... His whole economic platform is the more government spends, the better things are,' [Pittsburgh voter Aaron] Bonnaure said. "We have a far-left government. The answers are in the middle.'"

Mr. Bonnaure is but 23 years old.  There's hope for us yet.

Even Obama's enablers in the dominant mainstream media such as Boston Herald columnist Margery Eagan are beginning to take note of Dear Leader's apparent bait and switch tactics, along with his obvious incompetence:

"I don’t think the president meant to undermine anybody’s confidence with his wrong-way-out-of-the-ditch story yesterday. But that’s the nagging question — isn’t it? Even among the once-Obamified, like me? We’re afraid he’s not really getting us out of our ditch. And the ditch is getting deeper. And it’s very scary stuff."


"I want Barack Obama to give me something concrete to hang onto so I can hang in myself. I am trying, Mr. President. But you don’t make it easy."

Ouch.  "Once-Obamified".  We'll have to remember that one.  If you've lost New England, Mr. President, than you are truly hosed.

Nine more days.

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