President Obama has come up with another negative campaign slogan. At a million dollar fundraiser, he warned his supporters that if he loses the election, you are on your own.
"If you get sick, you're on your own. If you can't afford college, you're on your own. If you don't like that some corporation is polluting your air or the air that your child breathes, then you're on your own."
Evidently, this means that the GOP, or anyone who disagrees with the president and his agenda, for that matter, must be in favor of sickness, dirty air, and a poor education. This president of all Americans should stop alienating and denegrating those who happen to share a different opinion. It's getting tiring.
Speaking to a slobbering crowd of deep-pocketed donors in San Francisco, Obama gave them the choice of working "even harder than we did in 2008" or suffering the consequences. And California donors apparently are buying the threat, literally. They have opened their pockets to the tune of more than $9 million, reports ABC.
Turning Ronald Reagan's famous question around, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" and for Obama to say in effect "You'll be worse off if I lose" seems to be a pathetic strategy, and, well, almost desperate. Not to mention that some may actually prefer to be "on their own" as opposed to the current state of the nation.