Bruce Bialosky

Six years ago, then-candidate Obama was encased in sophisticated artwork that conveyed his campaign message of “Hope and Change.” Leading up to the 2014 elections he may have not abandoned change, but he certainly has abandoned hope as his guiding principle to help maintain the U.S. Senate in the hands of The Undertaker and his fellow Democrats.

Faced with a fusillade of political analysis from left, right, and center, forecasting anywhere from a drubbing to an unmitigated disaster for Democratic candidates in November, Obama and his team had to develop a plan of action. Led by John Podesta (we don’t know for sure he developed the strategy, but it reeks of him and he is the only one with the talent and brains at the White House to develop it), Obama has committed to what appears to be a four-point strategy to attract elements of the Democratic base to turn out to the polls for the upcoming Congressional elections. The campaign is targeted at these special interest groups, but they are intended to overlap and collectively infect the psyche of the all of their essential voters.

1) Race - This is principally aimed at the Black community, but can attract elements of the Hispanic community and others who sympathize with the idea that Republicans are racist. Despite their denials, Obama and his Attorney General are ginning up racial divide, by using their race as what has been described by Brit Hume as “a shield and a sword.” A sympathetic person could fall into believing their code word verbiage is not really racially motivated. But why then did Steve Israel (Democratic Congressional Campaign Chair) invoke the Idea when he stated "To a significant extent, the Republican base does have elements that are animated by racism." This is just one of many examples. There is obviously a concerted effort to whip up racial sentiments.

2) War on Women – You all know that the Democrats have fostered this false canard for years. The new constant drive to perpetuate the falsehood that woman are getting 77 cents of pay for every dollar that a man gets may have been stated as false and misleading by many sources, but it has not stopped the White House and their allies from repeating it over and over. It will not attract many married women or ones who know they are getting paid more equally than that, but it is aimed at young, unmarried women who are a core group for Democratic candidates. Who cares if it is a lie; if they vote our way it becomes the truth.


Bruce Bialosky

Bruce Bialosky is the founder of the Republican Jewish Coalition of California and a former Presidential appointee. You can contact Bruce at bruce@bialosky.biz