New York Times story worth reading on what President Obama plans to do — or perhaps more accurately, not do — to help Democrats maintain control of Congress this fall. At a hundred days out,
the president is stepping up his involvement in the fight to preserve the Democratic Party’s control of Congress. But advisers said he would concentrate largely on delivering a message, raising money and motivating voters from afar, rather than on racing from district to district.
But most telling is the last sentence in the seventh graf:
Already, Mr. Obama is popping up more as a target in Republican campaign advertisements than as a positive presence in Democratic ones.
It took George W. Bush six years to become that toxic.