Happy Obama ‘one-term proposition’ day
“If I don’t have this done in three years, then there’s going to be a one-term proposition.” – President Barack Obama on NBC’s “Today,” February 2, 2009: Three years ago today, President Obama appeared on NBC’s “Today show and and made his infamous “one-term proposition” prediction: “I will be held accountable. You know, I’ve got four years. … A year from now, I think people | Read More »
Majority expects Obama to lose reelection
A new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds only 37% expect Obama to win reelection. A majority, 55%, expect the Republican presidential nominee to win. Democrats do expect Obama to win, but only by a 58% to 33% percent margin. Republicans, by a margin of 83% to 13%, expect their presidential nominee to win. And Independents, by a 54% to 36 margin expect the Republican nominee | Read More »
A pertinent question, especially today
October 28th, 1980 – while debating Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a simple question that made American voters realize that Carter had sold them a false bill of goods. That simple question helped turn the election in his favor. It has been thirty years, but the question is as pertinent today as then.