As an incumbent, Obama faces some re-election obstacles and his biggest challenge is to 'get out the vote' of a substantially demoralized Democratic base. The raging 2008 enthusiasm for Obama is somewhere between lethargic and non-existent in 2012. Americans won't be voting in November based on which candidate they eagerly support but on which candidate they hate the least.
The Obama team has seized on the middle class tax cuts as the defining centerpiece of his re-election campaign. While the propaganda and hype may succeed in romancing establishment Democratic voters to the polls, it’s hardly going to pass the more critical muster of the significantly more astute independent voters and liberty activists. Several financial pundits have chirped in on the Obama middle class tax cut scheme.
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