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June 20, 2011

Axelrod | Obama | Cool | RealClearPolitics.

LOLZ! When you have to come out and say that the President is still cool… well… Mr. Axelrod…. he ain’t chic anymore… hate to tell you…

the cheep veneer has peeled away from HopeyChangitude!

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3 Comments
  1. James permalink
    June 20, 2011 9:15 am

    Whether he is cool or not, that is an argument for why to vote for a particular POTUS candidate? Because he is cool? Well, that and he recognized how much opportunity there was for shovel-ready projects and did keep unemployment below 8%…

    Obama voterz be smart…

  2. Michael Eaton permalink
    June 20, 2011 9:58 am

    You both are bring purposefully obtuse.

    “Axelrod said in his answer a question about how to make Obama “cool” again.”

    Craig, you make this like Axelrod went on CNN to tout a talking point that Obama is cool. Wrong.

    James, you are constantly using a SINGLE number, 8%, which was already passed by the time Obama signed the stimulus. I’m so sure that your candidates have a 100% accuracy rating on EVERY issue they stress, huh?

    “Obama voterz be smart.” ?? So you are implying that someone who votes for Obama is intellectually challenged? Weak, James, weak.

  3. June 20, 2011 10:07 am

    I understand that he was asked the question, and his answer was Obama never stopped being “cool” or “hip”.

    I don’t think the kids are buying it:

    The reason for this sudden drop is because students, who rushed behind the Obama campaign in 2008, no longer think he is cool, according to those at Oberlin College, which is known for its hipster left-wing activism.

    And yes, the 8% number is important, because we haven’t gotten close to staying below that number, and when you start looking at how the housing market never recovered, and how none of the wonderful “shovel ready” jobs ever appeared, well, we begin to realize that perhaps all of these lofty promises were little more then empty platitudes given by a politician who brought neither hope nor change to D.C., but more of the same….

    I think that is what James is referring to. Not quite sure, however, if the GOP will put up anything but the opposite side of the same coin….

    This sums it up nicely me thinks:

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