Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Obama's Ongoing Re-Election Campaign

After having campaigned constantly for the past two years since his election (except for 24 days during those two years when the nation was spared of his appearance somewhere), Obama is apparently embarking on campaigning for the re-election in 2012.

Bloomberg reports that his obnoxious press secretary, Robert Gibbs, is leaving the job to become an outside political adviser (hahahaha, Gibbs as political adviser?) for Obama's reelection campaign.

The same Bloomberg article also floats the rumor that Obama is considering a J.P.Morgan Chase executive who happens to be the brother of the outgoing mayor of Chicago as his new Chief of Staff.

Obama's advisor Valerie "slum lord" Jarrett has a new plan for Obama this year, which is to send him away from the White House to meet Americans, in search of the "adoring crowd". The Hill reported on December 26, 2010:

The president's "biggest regret" was that because of economic turmoil — "He had to spend almost every waking hour in Washington working on solving that crisis," senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said during an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday. "And what he missed sorely was engagement with the American people."

Every waking hour? Really. I guess he doesn't wake up until 10 in the morning. The American people? Define "American" and define "people", Ms. Slum Lord. At this point, no one cares about whether this guy actually works for more than 10 minutes each day.


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