may help Democrats
Conservatives today imagine that everyone views
the current occupant of the White House as they do:
Obama is the worst President ever. Conventional
wisdom posits that this potent right-wing, anti-Obama sentiment
will diminish the President's power - enough
for Republicans to vanquish Democrats in November, regain control
of Congress and weaken the incumbent for 2012.
But this myopia has been created within an electronic
cocoon of Fox News, talk radio, conservative websites and
rhetoric from Republican leaders, all passionately
reinforcing the message that Obama is a disaster on a historic scale.
It's a message that is being transported as gamely
by rank-and-file Republicans as it is by erudite conservative columnists
with national readerships.
If Obama is the worst, why do conservatives need
to say anything more than that to take control of Congress and
then get rid of him? But while the conservatives'
ultimate condemnation rallies their core supporters and resonates
with some centrist voters, over time it is unlikely
to produce a majority against the Administration.
It can't be pleasant for Obama to be the subject
of such attacks. And solving the country's major problems in a
bipartisan fashion will be difficult under these
rancorous circumstances. But as long as those trying to beat him are
blind to the fact that tens of millions of voters
think Obama is doing a fine job, Obama has a great ally in his enemies.
I'm not sure this writer made his point, but yeah,
putiing a spotlight on their hate's gotta help our side.
If the Democrats had any brains (Why do I even bother?) they'd
do what Jon Stewart does:
They'd record the Fascist dogs screaming "nigger" at Obama and use them
in ads at election time.
But our idiot Democrats can't think that far in advance.
Why is our side so brain-dead?
I swear to Koresh, they should let me run just one election.
Drunk on Cuervo Gold, I could do a better job fighting
back that the sleepy wimps we have now.
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