Is the Democratic Ticket Sweating?

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CNN and the rest of the so called group gathering folks on data keep trying to figure out who will take the presidency, in November, said a month ago, most all of Clinton's party will go over to Obama, how wrong they were, I could have told you that long ago, week by wee Obama is losing his following not only in that area but several other. Now they say, they will slip over after they go through the grieving period, then the depression, and then the acceptance. They are talking like a licensed counsellor, and I am a licensed counsellor.

It doesn't quite work like that, we are not talking about a dead horse, or a family member, or something that cannot be altered. Let me give CNN and the big boys at Obama's party a few words of wisdom, free of charge of course, but perhaps a million dollars worth, and then some. People change for a reason, and they don't change for the dumb one I read on CNN, to get a person to change, you change their formal reasoning. They are in an emotional state of course, but they are not going to be taken out of it, a week before Election Day, that's silly, and we are not talking about a hurt alcoholic because you took his last beer away. Do you think some bird is going to drop a formal reasoning pill on every one who says they will stay home or vote for the another party?

Those people are saying what they are saying for a reason, and for some odd reason, the Democratic Party is not listening, or are the data gatherers. Wake up out there; you are talking to a few million adults, not kids. That will not happen, and as long as folks sit back and look at the incoming data, they will be saying, "Well, now we have to go to plan B, no, C, or is if D now." And then the victory is over, for you know who. I am one of those folks that you call a Republican, but was changing over because of Hillary, now I will go back to the Republican party, there are a lot of us folks out there also, ones CNN and all the other groups have not counted yet. But anyhow, so the data collectors are saying: they will change over at the last minute, issues are involved here, and everyone wants change. Not true, stop beating the rug, this is false.

Many folks over fifty-years old do not care for all that much change, Obama proclaims to deliver, and can he deliver what he says anyhow. He is saying whatever needs to be said to win, that his gift. Hillary, we all knew, she was doing the same, but she is a little more trustful. People still see a lot of 'if' and 'buts' in the Obama ticket. Europe likes him because he is young, that is about it. If he get in if I were the world looking, I'd be saying, we may get short changed by this guy, I mean, do you really think we will end up buying more from China, South America, Europe? I doubt it, Obama is not for import, and he is for export. But we have to get back to reserved reasoning change. How do you do that? Well if you don't do that, you don't change the thinking of the person that is voting, or for that matter, you don't change the thinking of anyone, they just keep on thinking they way they are thinking. I know this is kind of simple, but truths are simple; and you do not change it by a lecture on T.V., or in the newspapers, they may help but the real change comes should to should, eye to eye. You put the cards on the table and you show and tell, the old fashion way, and little by little you boil the frog alive, and he doesn't know it. But if you put the heat of now, he knows what you are doing. Matter of fact, out of spite, he may run to the voting room and vote, for the other party, when he said he was going to stay home.

My recommendation to Obama's party, and to CNN, since I sense they like Obama, is you better get all those meetings folks together, and have a town meeting with real people, and not machines, in all those voting cities and towns, and do a hands on job, sit down and talk to them eye to eye. The problem is, time may not allow that now. Recommendation two, have Hillary as president, and the arrogant Obama, as vice President, there is a winning ticket. If he selects Hillary as Vice President, it might not go so well, although it might look good. But the big shots in the Democratic Party, running the show, are not that smart to figure it out. Prediction: they will lose if they don't change (this is the very thing they want everyone else to do)!

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This article was published on 2010/04/04
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