July 03, 2008

Reaching out to voters

USA Today:

Some political strategists, however, note Obama is making a calculated shift to win over voters in a country where neither major party claims a majority.

"His supporters should understand this," said Emory University political scientist Merle Black. "He needs to reach out."

When it comes to betraying the constitution and letting the President get away with breaking the law, it would be nice to know who is he trying to reach? I would be extremely surprised to see that caving on FISA gets him a single additional vote. Of course, it probably does bring in more money.

Posted by Mary at July 3, 2008 04:45 PM | US Politics | Technorati links |

What's wrong with reaching out to the voters who actually care on this issue? The ones who don't believe as you and I do aren't likely to vote for Obama, anyway. He had a great opportunity to reach out to people like me, who think he's nothing but air.

Instead, he seems determined to prove me right.

Posted by: Cujo359 at July 3, 2008 08:51 PM

This,and the faith based expansion,are both bad ideas.

Posted by: brian at July 4, 2008 12:52 PM