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Obama: No Regrets Over Prioritizing Obamacare Over Jobs

scclj Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 4:48 PM
In the next presidential election, conservatives/Republicans seriously need to get a GOTV/ground game/local effort like O has had. Why are we being so dwarfed? Certainly there are enough people, or more, willing to help get Romney elected that Obama can be outdone.I don't like O or any Democrats one bit, but you have to admit, they run a pretty good campaign, and especially ground game. The GOP ground game is better than 2008, way better, but I just don't understand why the Dems can't be outdone. Is it because s many of O's supporters work and are willing to do whatever it takes to keep him in office to not risk losing Obamacare and Obamaphone?
Becca in TX Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 5:06 PM
scclj-The Dims can be outdone. They're going to be defeated in two weeks. The problem is, you have to get enough votes to beat the illegal alien vote, the cemetary vote and all the other voter fraud the Dims have perfected in the last 100 years. Just look at the prison vote in Minnesota that sent Al Franken to Washington.
The Teleprompter Speaks Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 5:05 PM
Romney was too liberal in the primaries, now he's too conservative or too extreme -- if you believe the rhetoric. Did you see any newspapers endorse Romney in the primary because he was centrist, but now endorses Obama because Romney is too extreme?

President Obama recently sat down with the editorial board of Iowa's largest newspaper, the Des Moines Register, for what his campaign stipulated would be an off-the-record discussion:

The Des Moines Register’s publisher and I spoke with President Barack Obama this morning — but we can’t tell you what he said. Just four days before the Register’s presidential endorsement is released, Laura Hollingsworth and I received a phone call from the president. He was calling from Florida, on the heels of a morning campaign appearance and about 14 hours after his debate with GOP nominee Mitt...