Skip to comments.Obama’s Super Paranoia
Posted on 03/09/2012 3:34:50 PM PST by BuckeyeTexan
In Obamaland, the 3 a.m. phone call has become the 3 a.m. e-mail.
In their own way, both speak to a crisis mentality and a groping for security. The contexts couldnt be more different, but the anxietyreal and imagined is no less genuine.
To review, the 3 a.m. phone call was in a TV ad Hillary Rodham Clinton ran against Obama in the heat of the Texas and Ohio primaries in 2008. It asked voters to ponder the fate of America if Barack Obama were president and a national crisis struck in the middle of the night.
Now, the 3 a.m. e-mail is one sent by campaign manager Jim Messina to Obama supporters the morning after Super Tuesday. Messina sent the e-mail at 3:14 a.m. EST, less than an hour after Super Tuesday officially ended with Mitt Romney winning the Alaska caucuses. Messina was begging for money, imploring potential donors to pony up and not be lulled into a false state of euphoria by the protracted GOP brawl for the nomination.
Too many Obama supporters are waiting until theres a clear Republican nominee to make their first donation, Messina wrote. That kind of thinking loses elections.
In fact, Obamas reelection campaign has a split personality when it comes to the general election. One side is confident and growing more so about the turbulent GOP primary, an improving U.S. economy, and better numbers for Obama in swing states. The other side harbors fears bordering on paranoia about massive spending by the GOP and outside super PACs for the partys nominee.
There is already unprecedented super-PAC spending going on, Messina said. There will be super-PAC spending in key states against us. We have to be prepared for that.
To prepare for it, Obamas campaign has put the rest of the Democratic Party
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I don't believe it!
Say it isn't so, the Messiah isn't magical any more?
Admit it, that damn "tooth whistle" when he talks is annoying the crap out of his flock isn't it!
The article’s by Major Garrett. I wonder why he left Fox. I thought he was pretty good.
Yeah, but I’m sure it endeared him to his male lovers.....
Although Major never implied it, I wondered when he resigned if he was also tired of dealing with the sarcastic replies to his questions by Gates, who was pretty adversarial toward Major. When Major was the Sr. WH correspondent for Fox, the rest of the WH Press Corp was even more adoring of Obama than they are now. (Jake Tapper had not yet begun to ask the type of questions he does now.) I imagine it was a very frustrating environment in which to work.
Speech teachers call that the “whistling s,” which most listeners find extremely annoying. However, in BO’s case, the speech impediment isn’t nearly as vexing as his constant lying.
Yeah...what is that....?
1. Talking in code to commie/muslim fith column
2. Its a doggy whistle thingy as he comes from a B-one-tch
3. When played back at slow speed it says "I am the 12th iman"
4. Played back it gives the daily code phrase "the pen of my grandfather is turquose"
His wife, Julie Kirtz, used to appear on Fox on weekends but I haven’t seen her for some time so I assume she is no longer working for them.