Sunday, October 21, 2012

Democrats Begin Seeing Signs Obama's No White Knight for Presidential Election 2012

Senator Marco Rubio gave a very intelligent interview I thought today on Face The Nation exemplifying a fact that I have been saying for quite some time. Obama has not come up or out with a plan or short concise platform for voters to articulate and get behind the next four years. Mitt Romney has a 5 point plan, I have had a 3 point and a 7 point plan, Obama has no plans.

In Bill Clinton's remarkably poignant speech for Obama's Nomination at the Democratic National Convention did he extol Obama's plan in any kind of a comprehensible way for the masses to run over and get behind? I certainly didn't recall it if there was one.

It appears the Democrats have all been conceded the election as Mitt Romney is hard charging towards the finish line, Obama is planning his concession speech.

Kevin DuJan has a post over at The HillBuzz stating,

October 20-2012 Obama's Concession speech planned.

[I’ve suspected for some time that Obama was going to plan for a concession speech on November 6th, but last night final confirmation arrived in the form of leaked news that the Obama election night event is being staged in private McCormick Place, not a big public setting like Grant Park.
Let me put this as clearly as I can because it’s crucial: if Democrats really thought Barack Obama was going to be reelected, then they would have planned a massive rally in Grant Park again; the fact this is not happening is proof that, despite what you hear coming out of the Ministry of Truth that is the national media, the Democrats really do not expect Obama to win this election. Campaign operatives in Chicago are, thus, making appropriate preparations for his imminent defeat.}

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Other news I think is very relevant found on Hot Air here

[Heading into the final weeks of the 2012 campaign, the Republican National Committee announced that it raised $48.4 million in the month of September and has $82.6 million in the bank. The Democratic National Committee, meanwhile, took $10.5 million in loans and raised less than half the RNC’s total last month — $20.3 million.

As of September 30, the DNC reported having $4.6 million cash on hand and $20.5 million in debt. $5.5 million of its debt is due to consulting services like pollsters, direct mail providers and events consulting firms.

The RNC’s large September haul came amid a disappointing month for Mitt Romney in the public polls, suggesting that the party’s October fundraising totals will outpace those in September.]

Lending more weight and credibility to my post here yesterday if you missed it.

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Lost… “The Democratic Party” ? GAME ON!

Cody Robert Judy

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