Obama hiding behind his eletism – not middle America?

Posted on January 26th, 2011 by admin1 in republican advertising agency

Having said he stands for the little people, Obama’s true nature surfaces and the country is taking notice and questioning his honesty. Judge for yourself:

Quote from Hillary Clinton:
Sen. Hillary Clinton, seizing on Sen. Barack Obama’s remarks about the bitterness of working class voters, called her rival in the Democratic presidential primary "elitist” and "out of touch.” Obama said today in Indiana that he could have chosen his words better when he told supporters in a closed-door fundraiser in San Francisco on Sunday that Middle American voters have turned against the government in bitterness and vote on single issues. His reported remarks Sunday: "It’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” “Now, like some of you may have been, I was taken aback by the demeaning remarks Sen. Obama made about people in small town America. Sen. Obama’s remarks are elitist and they are out of touch. "

Quote from Joe Biden:
Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE) Reaffirmed That Obama Was Not Ready To Be Commander In Chief. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos: "You were asked is he ready. You said ‘I think he can be ready, but right now I don’t believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.’" Sen. Biden: "I think that I stand by the statement." (ABC’s "This Week," 8/19/07) <<<<< JUST LAST MONTH

From PressTV.com
Obama facing loss of support
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 00:18:08 GMT Barack Obama is in Denver with concern that his campaign is losing ground in the polls as negative advertising of the Republican continues. There has been complete silence in both the media and the Democratic Party over the real source of Obama’s decline. Pundits say that most young liberals who supported Obama and were looking for change are now disillusioned with his polices.

From CNS News.com
Gallup: Obama Losing Support Among Conservative Democrats
Wednesday, August 27, 2008

From Zogby: Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Barack Obama has lost ground among some of his strongest bases of support, including young people, women, Democrats and independents, according to a new ATV/Zogby poll.

Aug 28 2008
Gallup: Obama Losing Support of Party Base

Wed Aug 20, 2:56 PM ET

From Rueters News Service – Wed Aug 20, 2:56 PM ET
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In a sharp turnaround, Republican John McCain has opened a 5-point lead on Democrat Barack Obama in the U.S. presidential race and is seen as a stronger manager of the economy, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Wednesday.

As Obama moves closer to election day, do you think charges of eletism as illustrated by a $28,000 per plate dinner with Barbara Striesand and other Hollywood eletists support the charges as well as causes of slipping in public support from all demographics?
Do you think America is now figuring it out?

McCain leads Obama among likely U.S. voters by 46 percent to 41 percent, wiping out Obama’s solid 7-point advantage in July and taking his first lead in the monthly Reuters/Zogby poll

I’M NOT ASKING YOU TO SLAM MCCAIN. I’M ASKING YOU TO COMMENT ON WHAT YOU THINK IS THE REASON THAT OBAMA ( AS REPORT BY NUMERIOUS NEWS AGENCIES AND HIS OWN PARTY AS SHOWN ) THAT HE HAS LOST SO MUCH SUPPORT?

I can answer this lengthy rant very simply.

You cannot bash him for being a community organizer one day, then call him elitist the next.

He’s the only one besides Biden who’s actually done anything for the "common man".

Make up your mind which tactic you want to take, then Ill knock down that argument too.

8 Comments on “Obama hiding behind his eletism – not middle America?”

  1. tickled blue

    He hasn’t lost so much support….he is currently in the lead. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/latestpolls/index.htmlReferences :

  2. Moderates Unite!

    I can answer this lengthy rant very simply.

    You cannot bash him for being a community organizer one day, then call him elitist the next.

    He’s the only one besides Biden who’s actually done anything for the "common man".

    Make up your mind which tactic you want to take, then Ill knock down that argument too.References :

  3. rat_race_ditcher

    he has lost zero support, this election will be a landslide. You are severly misinformed.References :

  4. hansblix222

    Considering that the polls are tied as of today, I don’t think he has lost as much support as you say. His support among Reagan Democrats was always questionable.

    Having said that, I would like to have someone who is an intellectual elitist–maybe that’s what this country needs so that we understand better our relationship with the rest of the world (which Bush has failed miserably at–just look at our tarnished image abroad).References :

  5. Scourge 0' Fascism

    The only elitism I care about is the ECONOMIC elitism of the Republican Party: always rigging the game to favor the rich and corporations. Keeping profits private while socializing risk. That’s not only unfair, it causes stuff like the collapse of Indy Bank, Lehman Bros, AIG, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, etc. etc. ad nauseam.References :

  6. Phoenix: RAmenhotep

    I don’t really care what his sentiments toward "middle America" are. He’s the only remotely decent candidate that stands a chance of winning in November.

    Period.References :

  7. donnellobrien

    Is it too premature to laugh heartily? Ok…I’ll wait.References :

  8. Kjelstad 3.0

    McCain’s fund raiser the day before in Florida was 68,000 a plateReferences :

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