Donna Brazile, Al Gore’s campaign manager in 2000, discusses some of the weaknesses in Barack Obama's campaign for president:
“Democrats are notorious for whining when things go bad,”
She believes Obama “should get back to issues, instead of talking about change."
“People still have lingering doubts about Obama as to whether he can be trusted as commander in chief,” Brazile said
“He has had some moments where he seems unsure of his own voice...”
Fair, if soft, criticism. But what if Obama fails to win the election? Aye, there's the rub:
“If he doesn’t, then Obama didn’t lose,” she said. “The country just wasn’t ready.”
So despite the myriad of failings of Barack Obama's presidential campaign (which he has used as an example of his "experience", mind you), if he loses the election, it won't be his fault, by golly.
It will be ours. For not being ready to accept hard-left policies? For not being ready to elect a man as our Commander-in-Chief who, due to his hobnobbing with domestic terrorists, couldn't even get security clearance for a basic FBI job? For not being ready to elect a man with no real-world experience to the hardest job on the planet?
Or are we all just racists, plain and simple?
It's not hard to guess what answer Donna Brazile is shooting for.