Jim Geraghty makes the call for a light touch:
[A] lot of Obama voters must be persuaded that they made the wrong choice in 2008, and that it isn't their fault.
I happen to agree with this, by the way. Satisfying as it may be to have people* admit that they were wrong and stupid and should have listened to the rest of us, my goal has always been to win the election. When you win the election, you get to have the fight over how best to run the country. You lose the election, your opinion frankly doesn't matter.
Don't like that argument? Well, sorry to hear that: but I don't blog about politics to make you feel better, or validate your stances on anything, or to be a cheerleader for the sake of leading cheers. I blog about politics to hopefully give activists tools that they can use to be better at their tasks. So, in light of that, here's a thirty-second ad inspired by this Kausfiles post:
I put it together largely to practice with various aspects of my video editing software, but every little bit helps, right?
Moe Lane (crosspost)
*Particularly the Online Left. Which won't ever happen, of course; they'd rather lose random limbs than admit that we're right on anything.