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Obama Losing Rock-star Status Among Young Voters

Russell86 Wrote: Apr 30, 2012 7:35 AM
Barone's article proves the point that the election campaign for Republicans must be made into a referendum on Obama. If they are successful with that message they will win with ease. Obama's minions will start slamming Mitt hard real soon. Also, the Mormon religion will be portrayed as the followers of Lucifer's spawn by the so called "main stream media". I have felt from the beginning that the Democrats all think Mitt will be the easiest to beat by slamming his religion. A large percentage of southern evangelicals are very wary or even hostile to the Mormons. Sorry, that hostility was revealed by some Rick Perry supporters while he was a candidate.

Last week, Barack Obama delivered speeches at universities in Chapel Hill, N.C., Iowa City, Iowa, and Boulder, Colo. The trip was, press secretary Jay Carney assured us, official government business, not political campaigning.

It's part of a pattern. Neil Munro of the Daily Caller has counted 130 appearances by the president, vice president, their spouses, White House officials, and Cabinet secretaries at colleges and universities since spring 2011.

Obviously, the Obama campaign strategists are worried that he cannot duplicate his 66 to 32 percent margin among young voters back in 2008.

Recent surveys of young people show...