Over at the uber-popular liberal website MyDD Jerome Armstrong morosely declares the Democratic primary Hillary’s to lose and knocks her main opponent, snarking, “it’s the fake self-proclaimed ‘movement’ that exhausts me of Obama.” He continues:
I say fake, not because “movement for change” and “building a movement” are such vacuous slogans, but because the continual touting of having such a movement in the Obama campaign email slog is a sure-as-heck signal that there really isn’ a substantive movement behind the numbers.
In Obama latest, he sent me an email titled, “What a movement looks like?” His campaign probably didn’t notice the slip, but it’s an obvious truth–that adding that “?” in the title. Maybe, he thinks, he’s in one… maybe not… who can tell? He wouldn’t have a clue, I’m beginning to think– that the campaign really doesn’t know what a movement is made up of and are fumbling in the dark amidst their media-created momentum (which is getting primed to turn on its creation).
Amen! And ouch!
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