Obama versus the Bill of Rights, sent to me earlier this morning by a reader:
Technically, it’s scary good.
Conceptually, it’s just scary.
My own fervent hope is that all of the sensible anti-Obama things I read here at Pajamas Media translate into a defeat of that guy during our next election process. The looming “but” here is that we conservatives are a numerical minority.
Obama’s defeat is not a solid possibility, only a possibility. The liberals and their numerically more active voters are not to be belittled because in their blind lemming-like following of this particular BS artist they seem to be able to combine head-smacking fickleness at the same time with some hesitant thinking. But, liberals’ emotions most always seem to trump any rational forward thinking. The theme is “Baby…stick it to the Conservatives..”
Professionals in the election “projection” business will have their work cut out for them while they stare at their collective ouidja-board-monitors holding those slippery crystal balls. Computer “programmers” here become grown-up “gamers”.
Add to your concern about GOP prospects this thought: conservatives by their very nature are not groupies, and the liberals are. This gives them a big advantage when all you need is to garner 51% of the turnout. The herd mentality of organized unions, so glaring recently in Wisconsin, can have devastating effect on voter turnout. Getting a conservative surge is all about message and timing–and timing is perhaps the more important since the surge does not last long. Ronald Reagan had both going for him in 1980. And so far, I don’t see another Reagan in the GOP field.
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