Friday, September 24, 2010

Obama to Seek Second Term White House Announces


While the White House announced one thing, it announced something else the press skipped over.

David Axelrod, a top advisor to President Obama and the main architect of his election victory in 2008, will be leaving the White House next year and returning to Chicago to work on the president's re-election campaign, a White House aide said Thursday.
That's the first paragraph; no one remembers the first paragraph. It's that old saw, 'if you want to hide something, hide it in plain sight.' Works nearly every time.






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5 comments:

Always On Watch said...

So much for BHO's not seeking a second term.

I wonder how Michelle feels about this second run. After all, she's complained about life in the White House.

Indigo Red said...

Though he may plan for a second run, I'm still thinking Obama will abdicate in 2011. There will be immense pressure on the 50 Secs of State to certify Obama's bona fides. Obama has thus far refused to provide Constitutional proofs he is truly an American citizen eligible for the highest office and because he simply cannot do so, he will be compelled to leave office. Recently, his kindergarten records went missing although the records of none of his classmates were missing. Also, his mother's passport used to travel to Indonesia also was lost.

Mike's America said...

I guess they thought they could disguise Axelrod's reason for leaving among the news of so many of his other aides quitting in droves.

Indigo Red said...

That is typical of the O Administration. This announcement was part of the Friday news dump.

dcat said...

I dono he looked pretty sure of himself.

Did anyone notice veins popping out of his neck? ;]