Davy Plouffe tries to manage expectations.
Plouffe took some time away from his current job – which is to say, rewriting the Democratic party’s rules so as to eliminate any chance of a successful primary challenge to the President in 2012 – to graciously define the Republican party’s November victory conditions for it. Apparently, according to Davy if we’re not “winning back the House, winning back the Senate and winning every | Read More »
Quietly revising the 2012 Democratic nomination process.
Or, Why Barack Obama Will Win the 2012 Democratic Nomination. A good number of people – on both sides of the spectrum – are allowing themselves to speculate on the previously-unthinkable scenario that possibly, just possibly, the President might be successfully challenged in the primaries in 2012. This is America, right? People come out of nowhere to win elections all the time. Why, look at | Read More »
New White House strategy: Sauve Qui Peut.
Oh, this should be fun: Plouffe stepping up role as adviser to White House David Plouffe, the man who managed President Barack Obama’s campaign, will be taking on an expanded role as an outside adviser to the White House, according to sources familiar with the plan, a move that comes just days after a stunning defeat for Democrats in a Massachusetts Senate special election. And | Read More »
Obama campaign: Cash, cash, cash, cash, cash, cash, hopeandchange. And cash!
The latest Plouffe email that’s come across my screen is… interesting. Let’s take a look at it, shall we?