A Leftist Who Gets It

Some people on the Left are beginning to understand just what a disaster Obama is turning out to be for them.  Go here to read this interesting column by a fellow who can clearly see the electoral iceberg to which Obama is steering.  Content advisory:  the author is an academic and a Leftist, so there is some jejune profanity

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8 Responses to A Leftist Who Gets It

  1. Gabriel Austin says:

    “The rest of us poor slobs out here in real-world land, on the other hand, got a “jobs summit”.

    This is delicious, considering that the author has a tenure protected job.

  2. Joe Hargrave says:

    Tenure makes it hard to get fired, but not impossible.

  3. Donald R. McClarey says:

    A Union employee in academia is almost as hard to can. A friend of mine worked three years to terminate a Union employee who showed up to work about 50% of the time and who did absolutely nothing when she appeared.

  4. Tito Edwards says:

    Obama’s done.

    Once he begins losing his base he’s lost his second term.

    At first I couldn’t even think it.

    Then I couldn’t believe it was even possible.

    Now it not only is possible, but tipping to probable that President Obama will lose his second term and lose by a landslide a la Carter.

    and somehow be even worse than Jimmah’?!

  5. Kevin says:

    Bart Stupak for president!

  6. Dminor says:

    Remember when professors used to write in some semblance of a professional manner? Good grief!

    U.S. Politics are fickle; George H. W. Bush had an 89 percent approval rating only two years prior to his reelection attempt, and still lost the election. There is still a lot of ground to cover between now and 2012. Obama’s fortunes could change several times between now and then.

  7. Tito Edwards says:

    Dminor,

    You are correct, but let me enjoy my fantasy!

  8. Donald R. McClarey says:

    “Obama’s fortunes could change several times between now and then.”

    It could well be Dminor. However, some Presidents get in the doldrums and stay there. A prime example is Jimmy Carter.

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