They don’t like the Dog food Redux

by Datechguy | September 7th, 2011

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They don't like the Dog food Redux

Via this tweet by Byron York:

…comes this very funny head­line from the NYT:


A Cam­paign Chal­lenge: Defin­ing Obama

Defin­ing Obama?. Hasn’t that game already been played?

The main­stream media helped smooth the way with the ques­tions not asked, the his­tory glossed over, the records sealed, the voices silenced by loyal Left­ist Democ­rats. All had a hand in the delib­er­ate cover-​up. The Amer­i­can peo­ple were told how won­der­ful Barack Obama was, how artic­u­late and edu­cated, and just the rem­edy for an ail­ing nation, a nation that the Democ­rats said was scourged by the Repub­li­cans, so we had to get rid of them, and elect this anointed individual.

Every­one for­gets that nobody knew who this guy was less than 10 years ago when he was embraced by the Demo­c­ra­tic Elites alas even for that crowd the shine has worn off of it.

Over the Labor Day week­end, I went to a num­ber of events in the Hamp­tons. At all of them, Obama was dis­cussed. At none of them — that’s none — was he defended. That was remark­able. After all, sit­ting around var­i­ous lunch and din­ner tables were mostly Democ­rats. Not only that, some of them had been vocif­er­ous Obama sup­port­ers, giv­ing time and money to his elec­tion effort. They were all disillusioned.

As a com­men­ta­tor said:

The only peo­ple defend­ing Obama these days is the Secret Service.

But at least he’s not a Gauche tea partier like Rick Perry.

All this seems famil­iar some­how:

the GOP seems to be doing all it can to make itself une­lec­table, veer­ing far to the right and embrac­ing a tea party move­ment that, at its extremes, preaches the need for revolution.

That was E. J. Dionne in JUNE 2010 scoff­ing at GOP prospects in 2010. Right now when I see peo­ple say­ing Obama will trounce Perry or Bach­mann or any tea party favorite I’m reminded that los­ing 39 seats (they lost 63 in 2010) was a pes­simistic pro­jec­tion.

To such folks who watch MSNBC reg­u­larly the solu­tion to the demo­c­ra­tic polit­i­cal cri­sis is just a PR move away, but unlike 2008 the elec­torate knows what they’ve had, and no mat­ter how they choose to define it, they just don’t like the dog food.

and you all know what that means:

“Ride right through them, they’re demor­al­ized as hell”!

Update: Shirley you can’t be seri­ous?

Via this tweet by Byron York:

…comes this very funny headline from the NYT:


A Campaign Challenge: Defining Obama

Defining Obama?. Hasn’t that game already been played?

The mainstream media helped smooth the way with the questions not asked, the history glossed over, the records sealed, the voices silenced by loyal Leftist Democrats. All had a hand in the deliberate cover-up. The American people were told how wonderful Barack Obama was, how articulate and educated, and just the remedy for an ailing nation, a nation that the Democrats said was scourged by the Republicans, so we had to get rid of them, and elect this anointed individual.

Everyone forgets that nobody knew who this guy was less than 10 years ago when he was embraced by the Democratic Elites alas even for that crowd the shine has worn off of it.

Over the Labor Day weekend, I went to a number of events in the Hamptons. At all of them, Obama was discussed. At none of them — that’s none — was he defended. That was remarkable. After all, sitting around various lunch and dinner tables were mostly Democrats. Not only that, some of them had been vociferous Obama supporters, giving time and money to his election effort. They were all disillusioned.

As a commentator said:

The only people defending Obama these days is the Secret Service.

But at least he’s not a Gauche tea partier like Rick Perry.

All this seems familiar somehow:

the GOP seems to be doing all it can to make itself unelectable, veering far to the right and embracing a tea party movement that, at its extremes, preaches the need for revolution.

That was E. J. Dionne in JUNE 2010 scoffing at GOP prospects in 2010. Right now when I see people saying Obama will trounce Perry or Bachmann or any tea party favorite I’m reminded that losing 39 seats (they lost 63 in 2010) was a pessimistic projection.

To such folks who watch MSNBC regularly the solution to the democratic political crisis is just a PR move away, but unlike 2008 the electorate knows what they’ve had, and no matter how they choose to define it, they just don’t like the dog food.

and you all know what that means:

“Ride right through them, they’re demoralized as hell”!

Update: Shirley you can’t be serious?

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