Skip to comments.Why Obama’s 2008 Coalition Won’t Save Him This Time
Posted on 11/08/2011 6:02:58 AM PST by Driftwood1
The latest Gallup report, based on a massive sample of more than 39,000 adults, contains troubling news for Democrats. Individuals identifying with the Democratic Party are a smaller share of the American people than they were early in 2008, and their views are less representative of the people as a whole. This means that the Obama team, which faces the crucial choice of either doubling down on its 2008 winning mix of professionals, young people, and minorities or rebuilding support among Independents in the heartland, should emphasize the latter option. Any general election strategy that relies solely on mobilizing the partys diminished base will have a hard time forging a majority of the popular vote.
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Thanks. The title is very heart warming.
In other words the unions and the OWS moonbats have shifted so far to the left Obama can’t placate them and have any hope of luring Joe and Sally Barely Engaged Voter out there in the Midwest someplace.
Well if a RINO wins he’ll have a lot of conservatives helping him and if a conservative wins he will have plenty of RINOs helping him.