Three years ago, mouthing vacuous speeches and making vacant promises, Obama lied, schemed, and intimidated his way into the White House. Meanwhile, his campaign committee of left-wing journalists provided critical cover by concealing personal and political histories that would have doomed the candidate had they seeped through the media’s wall silence.
Although Obama could be presented as a relatively “unknown quantity” prior to the 2008 election and depend on media lackeys to fill in the blanks with predictably glowing reports of his towering intellect and limitless ability, those days are gone. For this radical leftist’s regime has displayed deep red colors from day one.
Renewed claims of post-racial harmony, a moderate-sounding political agenda, and vague feel-good screeds about hope and change will not sell this time around to any but the most rabid member of the Obama base.
After all, though much of the public may know nothing of the White House’s involvement in the Solyndra and Fast and Furious scandals, or the $4 trillion Obama has added to the national debt, voters do understand 10 percent unemployment and $4 a gallon gasoline.
He could run on the accomplishments of his first term, but there haven’t been any positive accomplishments. Even the ObamaCare debacle, so enthusiastically hyped by the mainstream media and the Democrat-controlled Congress, has now become a topic so radioactive that Democratic candidates have been forsworn from its very mention.
We know that massive election fraud will take place across the country next year with illegals voting in large numbers and at as many polling places as can be comfortably reached by SEIU charter buses.
But even with the Hispanic population growing at a breakneck pace, it will not be enough to put Obama over the top (as it did Harry Reid.)
Although Obama will again depend upon his herd of media eunuchs, fraud at the polls, and the historically foolish voting habits of females, he knows his best chance of winning rests with the Republican candidate.
Barack Obama doesn’t expect to win the 2012 election. He expects the Republican candidate to lose it.
He hopes to face another weak sister, more terrified at the prospect of being labeled racist than the wholesale destruction this Chicago thug is wreaking on his country.
And it is just that sort of fear Obama is counting on in 2012. A Republican candidate willing to speak plainly of the villainy and malefaction of our Marxist president, represent the will of voters, and battle for the well-being of the nation will win the election, probably by a wide margin.
But a candidate who follows in the craven footsteps of John McCain will provide four additional years of rule to the most dangerous enemy the United States has ever known. And this is a fate we cannot afford.
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This article originally appeared on CoachIsRight.com and is reprinted with permission.