Reuniting with supporters and top-tier donors who fueled his re-election victory, President Barack Obama on Wednesday told a grass-roots group springing out of his campaign that they can play an equally powerful role in helping his ambitious second-term agenda come to fruition.
Addressing the fledgling group Organizing for Action for the first time, Obama sought to temper concerns among Republicans and good-governance groups that questioned whether the group was really seeking to help Democrats recapture the House in 2014.
“I actually just want to govern — at least for a couple of years,” Obama said.
Let’s clarify a couple of things. First, it’s not a “fledgling group” it’s a fledgling name. It’s the same old people using the same old campaign email list to push the same old Obama agenda. They didn’t even bother to change the logo
Second, this president has no interest whatsoever in governing. He wants to hit the road, be the Demagogue in-chief and golf.
Here’s the best part of the moving OFA saga. The group made up of Obama volunteers and donors, using the Obama campaign logo, flooding my in box with Obama agenda emails and who just had dinner with President Obama says it isn’t partisan.