Sounds racist to me.
Democratic voters are closely divided over whether President Obama should be challenged within the party for a second term in 2012, an Associated Press-Knowledge Networks Poll finds.
A real Democratic challenge to Obama seems unlikely at this stage, and his reelection bid is a long way off. But the findings underscore how disenchanted his party has grown heading into the congressional elections Tuesday.
The AP-KN poll has tracked a group of people and their views since the beginning of the 2008 presidential campaign. Among Democrats, 47 percent say Obama should be challenged for the 2012 nomination and 51 percent say he should not be opposed. Those favoring a contest include most who backed Hillary Rodham Clinton’s unsuccessful faceoff against Obama for the 2008 nomination.
Those racist women….
Here’s why The Messiah is in trouble:
Among all 2008 voters, 51 percent say he deserves to be defeated in November 2012 while 47 percent support his reelection – essentially a tie.
Essentially a tie, eh? The Washpost calls that an essential tie??? What happened in November of 2008? Why, if memory serves, Barack Obama won in a landslide, winning roughly 53 percent of the votes. Words have slippery meanings, don’t they? Was it a landslide or was it a tie? Fifty-one percent is a tie and fifty-three is a landslide. Good to know.
Incidentally, that was a landslide, by my count. And a 51% win is also a landslide. So it looks like Obama has work to do, convincing the less moonbatty members of his coalition that he deserves a second term.