Dems Worried Obama Has Lost His Mojo!* Posted by Former Author on 11 September, 2008 at 11:05 am. 17 comments already! [DELETED BY AUTHOR] bill-tb says: September 11, 2008 at 11:16 am Democrats, real world, how did she get those words in the same sentence. It’s really funny watching the left totally implode. I wouldn’t vote for the Communist, even if he is black. Palin is like a 50 foot woman, going around the country stomping on one liberal styrofoam temple after another. OLDPUPPYMAX says: September 11, 2008 at 12:48 pm “…shift in the public’s perception of the issues.” In other words, the public has awakened to the fact that the Obamessiah is an unqualified, unaccomplished, lying, Marxist empty suit. The flyover-country mouthbreathers were just not supposed to notice that until next year sometime. Lisa says: September 11, 2008 at 12:59 pm Let me ask you guys this question. AT this same time in those past elections you cited, what did the polls look like? I am scared, cause I don’t like close anything. Basketball games, I want a 20 point lead and great offense and defense. Football , same thing. I am never comfortable until there is a spread that in my mind looks good. Help! Gregory Dittman says: September 11, 2008 at 1:14 pm Even if Obama wins, it would be a very broken presidency even with the help of Pelosi and Reid. One just doesn’t have to look at the Obama/McCain numbers, but the increase in Bush’s approval rating and the narrowing approval divide between the Democratic and Republican senators. Bush has gained 6 points from his low and the Republicans are behind the Democrats by 4 instead of 11. Not only that, other nations know they can just push the Democrats around. Those three stooges are just going to destroy the Democratic Party and kill off the liberal ideals. Fit fit says: September 11, 2008 at 1:22 pm If Obama wins, Rahm Emanuel will be replacing Pelosi and Durbin will replace Reid. All pizzas will be Chicago style as well. Membership in Oprah’s Book Club will be mandatory. Mike's America says: September 11, 2008 at 2:14 pm Lisa: In the last three or four elections the GOP was behind more than McCain has been throughout these last few months. We usually tend to take our lead towards the end of the campaign as momentum and excitement builds. That’s why I have suggested that the current Sarah Surge is the foundation for VICTORY and not just a temporary bounce. There will be ups and downs, no doubt about it. But Obama has a history of failing to close the deal. There are just too many voters, Democrats even, who do not trust him. Lisa says: September 11, 2008 at 2:23 pm Mike’s America: Thanks so much for your answer. I just can’t understand why America would even consider a guy who we really know nothing about? And what we do know shows us that the guy is a scary man with scary friends. Is this counrty that left leaning? I don’t think so! Are they that mad at Bush? Maybe, but we haven’t been attacked in 7 yrs thanks to him. Obama has no roots! And he has shifted on every major issue. Charter schools to nuclear plants. How can anybody say he stads for anything? Neo says: September 11, 2008 at 2:28 pm Meanwhile, Huffinton is telling Obama to show an “angrier” side of himself, but avoid looking like an “angry black”. Mike's America says: September 11, 2008 at 2:45 pm Neo: Is that possible? Lisa: The Obama phenomenon was celebrity driven. He was a new fresh face and until people started to really dig and find out more about him they were willing to support him on that basis. Most Americans only recently begun to learn more about him and quite a few of them do not like what they see and won’t be fooled. P.S. Bil t-b you reminded me of this photo I used in my SarahCuda video: yonason says: September 11, 2008 at 2:47 pm “Dems Worried Obama Has Lost His Mojo!” CAN’T LOSE WHAT YOU NEVER HAD We need an investigation into whether those are his kids, or John Edwards’!!! John Pranikoff says: September 11, 2008 at 2:47 pm “They’re calling each other up to discuss how doomed they are, vowing to move to Canada as soon as the election is over and the inevitable worst has occurred.” Once the Canada talk begins, victory can’t be far behind! It was a reliable predictor in last two elections. Scrapiron says: September 11, 2008 at 3:08 pm This is a perfect example of why a liberal should never be allowed in the White House. They panic at the first sign of trouble and have to get the advice of 2,000+ advisors on the choice of color for their toilet paper. None of them know it doesn’t matter since it will end up wet with a brown stain. I can’t imagine how long it would take to get a decision out of Hussein O if the country came under a continous attack from anyone. Cuba could take half the country before a unified decision could be made by 2,000+ liberal advisors that it was a hostile act. Half of them would want to give all the invaders a Monica and half would drop to their knees and pucker up to kiss their a**. It must be really bad living as a democrat, thinking you’re smart but knowing you are not. AdrianS says: September 11, 2008 at 5:45 pm I still can’t get over how much energy the Palin effect is pumping into the McCain campaign. It’s incredible that people are flocking to see her despite all of the Obamaite negatives — which are quickly dismissed. No doubt at all, Sarah Palin wears the same Teflon protection that President Reagan had from start to finish. Democrats are now essentially, perversely delusional — in a horrific free fall — in ABSOLUTE denial of themselves and their piously held extreme radical liberal rhetoric. Barack Obama has been adding a repugnant flavor to his liberal socialist plank. Reject him. American voters finally are saying we want Palin. We like Palin. Sarah Palin is a genuinely delightful person and very intelligent and pleasant. luva the scissors says: September 11, 2008 at 7:56 pm the new people mag had a pretty decent story on her in it. nice pics, but a bit fluffy and wasn’t real clear on the troopergate crap, but they at least made her human. she is bringing a ton of excitement the republican way, its so great to see. i makes me happy that they are scared, they need to be, but i’m not counting my chickens yet. jainphx says: September 12, 2008 at 7:17 am Those Democrapic “chickens” are coming home to roost, and they are laying large and stinking eggs. Missy says: September 12, 2008 at 7:32 am Well, dems are now wanting to cut and run again, this time from Obama. He taught them well. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6c2f69ce-8031-11dd-99a9-000077b07658.html Mike's America says: September 12, 2008 at 8:45 am Thanks Missy. I hadn’t seen that article yet. I would just excerpt the following: “If people are voting for McCain it could help Republicans all the way down the ticket, even in a year when the Democrats should be sweeping all before us,” said the fundraiser, a former Hillary Clinton supporter. “There is a growing sense of doom among Democrats I have spoken to . . . People are going crazy, telling the campaign ‘you’ve got to do something’.” Concern was greatest among first-term representatives who won seats in traditionally Republican districts in the landslide of 2006. “Several of them face a real fight to hold on to those seats,” the fundraiser said. And note that recent polls show a rise in people identifying themselves as Republican and an increased number are telling pollsters that in a generic matchup between a Democrat or a Republican congressional candidate they would vote for the Republican. There’s still a gap out there overall in that category but in those new seats the Dems won to take power in 2006 the problem will be acute. Dems haven’t delivered on their promises and those freshmen congressman are going to have to explain to voters who wanted “change” in 2006 why the change they got was worse than the situation before that.