The candidate who once dazzled audiences with his soaring rhetoric is still searching for a compelling sales pitch to persuade voters to give him more time to accomplish his goals.
The sales pitch can’t hide the poor product the President is selling: higher taxes, higher spending, more wars, centrally planned industries, disregard for individual rights and individual preferences, trashing the Constitution.
“A successful campaign will heavily focus on the radical, do-nothing Republican Congress. That will resonate with people,” said Robert Creamer, a strategist for the progressive Americans United for Change.
That’s makes a lot of sense. If they didn’t want to do anything they would not be radical.