Hardly the middle of May and the behavior of the Obama campaign indicates grave concern. It is highly unusual for an incumbent to stink of desperation this early in the game. The wounds Romney endured during the bloody republican primary seem innocuous at this point. Political pundits and analysts that predicted residual effects seem to have discounted the wounds America has sustained in Obama’s last three years in office which dwarf Romney’s primary battle wounds to a small paper cut – at best.
The Obama campaign strategy is clear: divert as much attention as possible from the economy and pretty much every aspect of his first term with the exception, of course, his decision to kill Osama Bin Laden. But they’ve even blown that, with their recent efforts to politicize the event backfiring after even members of the far left such as Arianna Huffington having chastised the attempt. Now it’s all about creativity.
Their latest ploy: Obama announces he has “evolved” and now supports gay marriage – actually, he announced his support for the state to decide, which is how it is already. So as usual, nothing has changed. Two days later the Washington Post has now uncoincidentally put out a front page story alleging that while in high school Mitt Romney bullied a classmate named John Lauber, who was suspected of being gay. Another affirmation of the existential collusion between the Democratic Party and the mainstream media, that Andrew Breitbart dubbed the Democratic-Media Complex. read more »