June 25, 2008
To All Obama Advisors And Insiders:
OK. I just wrote the congratulatory article below a month ago and today Obama disagrees with the Supreme Court decision striking down the death penalty in cases not involving murder. A few days ago he decided to decline public financing. I just saw a CNN interview with Senator Feingold in which I learned that Obama is going to support the current FISA legislation that gives retroactive immunity to the telecom companies which Feingold vehemently opposes.
I am starting to get worried about this and it is only 1 month. You are going to lose the "base" and make the election closer than it should be. How can a true liberal be for the death penalty especially in cases not involving murder? How can a true liberal vote for corporate immunity for violations of privacy? I understand his position on public financing in these narrow circumstances, but the cumulative effect is devastating and he will start to lose support. You will start to see this in the next series of polls.
Furthermore, Obama starts to stutter and stammer with issues and presentations in which he does not truly believe. I saw that clearly today in the press conference he had in Chicago. You guys need to get out of your bubble and look to those of us who are on your side in the real liberal media. Help!!! And don't tell me that this is good general election strategy. You cannot beat Republicans by playing in their "briar patch."
If you are thinking about 1988 and Dukakis you do not need to think about the Kity being raped and murdered question posed by Bernard Shaw. Furthermore, the incumbent President at the time was Reagan, not Bush. Reagan had a 50+ % approval rating and Bush is down to 28%. There is no need for this.
May 21, 2008
My Letter To ObamaBy SDrobny
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