Big Bird, Binders, and Bayonets: Obama Making a Big Elections About Small Things

  Bookmark and Share  A new ad from the Republican national Committees artfully shows how President Obama is doing exactly what he decried in 2008: making a big election about small things.  Instead of talking about his record he spends most of his time on the campaign trail talking about Big Bird, binders, and bayonets.

It’s evidence of the President’s inability to defend his record and proof that he is  flat out of ideas to get our economy moving again.

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  1. What is clear is that President Obama’s pathway to victory is straight and narrow; he has a variety of different paths along which he can walk to victory against an electoral arithmetic nightmare for Governor Romney (see my thoughts: http://goo.gl/FsfQv).

    It would take a monumental upset in Obama’s campaign, or a significant upturn in Romney’s, for the Republicans to retake the presidency; it would be a taste of revenge for the Democrats if Romney were denied the White House in a similar manner to Gore in 2000.

    • Unfortunately I disagree with your analysis and see it as one that based less on facts and number than on oprimistic liberal spin. As for your comment about revenge, election results are not to be used for such purposes. And if one were to actually look at the facts which produced the outcome twe saw in 2000, they would easily be able to see how the numbers added up and how the Gore-Loserman ticket was attempting to cherry pick the standards being used counties that they wanted recounts in.

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