Obama’s Only Agenda: Hate Romney

Let me share with you a story here. It’s amazing. We do have journalists in the UK. We don’t have Obama collaborators. We have journalists. One of the good ones is at the UK Daily Mail, a guy named Toby Harnden. I really am reluctant to praise Toby because it can hurt him with his buddies. You know, a journalist being praised by me doesn’t help them, ’cause journalists so dislike me. But the truth is the truth. He had a piece yesterday in the UK Daily Mail.

“Four Years After He was Swept to Victory, How Obama’s Election Campaign is a Joyless Slog.” This story is a portrayal of life on the Obama campaign trail that you would never know if you were exposed only to American media collaborators. Here’s a pull-quote from Toby’s story: “In 2008, the Obama campaign was full of endless possibilities and expectations of a bright new horizon. This time, it’s a joyless slog. And there’s something else: Obama now tends to look emptily past rather than at his audiences. It’s as if the light in his eyes has gone out. …

“Another remarkable thing is that many of those at Obama’s events … are not listening to him. In Reno on Tuesday evening, it was at times hard to follow what Obama was saying because of the chatter. … A number of those attending seemed only to want to get a picture of themselves with Obama speaking in the background. In 2008, audiences would be rapt, almost mesmerized, when Obama spoke. At Romney and Ryan events there is near silence and many an intent, furrowed brow as the case for change is made.”



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