Ripples of ill-will reverberate in the campaign trail of President Obama: A reaction
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Ripples of ill-will reverberate in the campaign trail of President Obama: A reaction

Atlanta : GA : USA | Mar 19, 2012 at 8:19 AM PDT
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Ripples of ill-will reverberate in the campaign trail of President Obama: A reaction

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Dhreff

Olongapo City, Zambales

Central Luzon, Philippines

There is a manifest carry-over slighted feelings from the 2008 presidential campaign to the 2012 U.S. presidential election campaign of re-election candidate President Barack Obama. Let it be recalled then, that first termer Illinois Senator Barack Obama prevailed over former FL Hillary R. Clinton in 2008. The victory of Obama clearly junked the efforts of political analyst James Carville who at that time was in the payroll as pollitical consultant of Mrs. Clinton.

That Obama had his home run to the White House being the elected president in 2008. Mr. Carville lost his Clinton payroll and job became elusive for him during the Obama regime. This was perceived as due to the distancing of the two good men since then. He became critical of the Obama administration. In 2010, he became a dominant voice against Obama over the oil spill along the shorelines of his home State of Louisiana.

During the current Obama re-election campaign, Mr. Carville resurfaces and makes anti Obama ripples that now reverberate far and wide in the trail. Only last Friday, he pronounced re-election candidate President Obama is a “pretty weak incumbent.” These virus laden three words are enough to contaminate and sicken the minds of Democratic voters throughout America.

Mr. Carville continues to make ripples to spread the viruses of his anti Obama pronouncement. Likewise, he releases the cloud forming fumes that Democratic presidential candidate Obama is a zero “shoo-in for re-election.”

Yes, the wrath of Mr. Carville is as strong as the viruses laden in his words intended to destroy the good minds of the voters to go against Obama. Nevertheless, the American voters are highly educated and enlightened who will not exchange the bright future of America with empty but virulent words of Carville. American electorates can exercise their utmost patriotism by not paying attention to Carville. They must continue to listen to their presidential candidates like Obama.

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dhreff is based in Olongapo, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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