One Jordan Carter who could be relied upon to begin every commentary on any disaster with the immortal line "This could be good for Labour." His loyalty to his party was and is commendable but they still got chucked out.
Adolf was reminded of the above characters when he saw this headline. "Nothing Has Changed About The Election." Introducing Jamelle Bouie, Washington's very own Baghdad Bob.
..........Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei's assessment of the last month—which has the top spot at POLITICO—describes the Obama campaign as “stumbling out of the gate” and “struggling” with message discipline. It’s everything you would expect from a micro-focus on the election:
Obama, not Mitt Romney, is the one with the muddled message — and the one who often comes across as baldly political. Obama, not Romney, is the one facing blowback from his own party on the central issue of the campaign so far — Romney’s history with Bain Capital. And most remarkably, Obama, not Romney, is the one falling behind in fundraising.How much of this is remarkable, and how much of this is the usual sturm und drang of a presidential election? Campaigns always see blowback on their messaging,.......
It is of passing interest to view the biographies of those journalists who regularly shill for the Democrats and for Obama. Almost without fail, they are black. Funny, that.
Who said Obama was not elected because he was black? Of course he was. Does anyone think a red headed corn husker from Idaho with the gift of the teleprompter and a phoney academic record would have been elected POTUS?
Obama's antics probably have set back the prospects for really top quality competent black people in American politics by twenty years.