It is good news to me that Marxist Obama, or Marxist student, Obama, whichever the pressure prefers, is suffering at the polls. Twenty first century college graduates don’t like the word, Marxist, and have been taught by their Leftwing professors that it is blasphemous to call anyone such a vile term….even though they, themselves, are Marxists.
Marxist Bill Ayers has been a professor…. a teacher of teachers, teaching with a heavily Marxist accent and friend of President Obama.
Perhaps citizens of Ohio are beginning to recognize the Ayers drift in the young Obama. The following article is from Hotline OnCall, written by Josh Kraushaar:
“ There’s no shortage of political tumult in the Buckeye State this year, where the Democratic-held governorship and at least six Democratic-held House seats are in jeopardy. But what makes it particularly notable is that the state represents several key demographic groups whose changing perspectives will give serious insight into President Obama‘s broader political standing for 2012.
The voters Obama is losing — white-collar managers in Columbus, blue-collar union workers in Youngstown, pro-life independents around Cincinnati — are exactly the types he needs to win re-election in 2012, and they’re backing away from his party in droves. Obama tallied a whopping 60 percent disapproval rating in Quinnipiac’s latest Ohio poll, with nearly two-thirds of voters disapproving of his economic performance.
That dissatisfaction extends across the board to Democrats on the statewide ballot. The Quinnipiac poll showed Gov. Ted Strickland down 17 points to Republican John Kasich and Republican Rob Portman leading Democratic Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher by 20 points in the Senate race. A separate CNN/Time poll was striking in that the two statewide Democrats were badly underperforming in nearly every part of the state, among almost every key demographic.
Working-class Democrats are abandoning the party to support Republicans with both Wall Street and Washington ties. The business-friendly base around Columbus, which swung towards Obama in 2008, now gives both Portman and Kasich substantial leads. A sizable share (42 percent) of Kasich backers in the Quinnipiac poll said they were casting their vote specifically against Strickland, who was once one of the most popular chief executives in the country.”
Comment: Marxists usually cause tumult in democratic states. Keep you eyes on Venezuela, a nation once free of Hugo Chavez, when votes used to count.
As Dennis Prager reminds us: “The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen”. Citizens in Venezuela have been made very, very small.