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www.HowObamaGotElected.com looks at how media coverage of the 2008 election impacted what Obama voters knew (or thought they knew) about the campaign.
You’ve probably seen snippets of this video on O’Reilly or Hannity & Colmes, but here is the full-length video. American excellence on display. Shocking. Sad. Pathetic.
“Part of Obama’s dilemma in deciding whether to staff the office – if it ever was a question – is the unprecedented support network he amassed during his campaign.
His campaign has a list of 3 million contributors and contact information for 10 million supporters. The Obama transition is trying to figure out how to maximize the potential of this support network, even as the transition collects more e-mail addresses through its website, change.gov.
The Office of Political Affairs could have a role in determining how to mobilize this support.”
Isn’t there some rule or law against a sitting president campaigning from the White House? Obviously, this is the exact reason that B.O. wants to keep the Office of Political Affairs. Yes, he won’t be able to use his Blackberry anymore to text message his supporters (or will he find a way?), but his Political Affairs Office head will probably find a way to do so. Obviously, if this starts happening, even supporters being sent emails, during his presidency, it will make it to the news wires. I’m sure his supporters would think it’s pretty “cool”.
See you in 2016! None of these “top choices” can win in 2012.
Palin: I like her, but she’ll be the next laughing stock of the party for liberals. Just look how she was treated and portrayed by the liberal media conglomerate in just a few months of this year’s campaign. Again, I like her, but she can’t win the presidency.
Romney: I like him, and could care less whether he’s a Mormon, but too many people will have a problem with this, including evangelicals. He can’t bring in (or bring back) voters to the Republican party. Can’t win. Period.
Huckabee: Has the best chance of the three, because he’s seen as a good and fair man, willing to “cross the aisle”. But, here we are again. He’s a very strong, evangelical Christian. Christianity, unfortunately, is out of favor these days, especially in Washington. He can’t, and shouldn’t, muffle his expression of faith, but being open about it and how it guides him in life will have the liberal religious hate squads out in full force. So, it’s highly unlikely that Huckabee can win, but, as opposed to the other two “top” choices for 2012, I think he should be a candidate. At least this would test the conservative electorate to see where their values lie.
“The S&P could retest its 2002 lows” around 800 before the current decline ends, Roque says. A comparable decline for the Dow would take the index as low as 7,300.
The S&P is at 800, on the dime, and the Dow wasn’t that far from 7300 this week. This guy was right on, and that was back in early October. So the question is are we nearing the bottom? I have a feeling we’re not quite near the bottom. I think we’ll see the Dow get close to 6000 in the next 2-3 months. But, what do I know.