Do you think it's a coincidence that a rumor about President Obama being depressed, which was brought up a year ago...
White House Insider: Obama Battling Severe Depression
Published by Ulsterman on September 27, 2010 in World Politics
And why is a member of the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board rationalizing Obama quitting after his first term?
Why Obama should withdraw (by Steve Chapman on September 18, 2011)
An article at HotAir.com speculates a one term Obama and who would be ready to step up to the plate as the Democrat nominee. This is something TCL has pondered on more than one occasion.The lower Obama's ratings go, the more desperate the Democrats may become. For all we know, this could have been the plan all along. One term for Obama, and then when Americans become dis-infatuated with him and his "fundamental changes", Obama passes the baton to Hillary. She comes in to pick up the second term and finish the job. If Obama "decides" to not run due to his own personal reasons, it won't look like those "racist" Democrats are running him out of office.
Hillary has foreign policy experience as Secretary of State and can't be blamed for any of Obama's economic policies. Plus there are her many minions who felt robbed when Obama won the nomination in 2008.
This scenario will probably never happen, but I just can't totally disregard it.
Tell me I'm crazy...PLEASE.
Granted, what you are about to read is just about "primary challengers" who will put pressure on President Obama to remain true to his left base. But, it's an opening. Of course, Ralph Nader has been known to throw his hat in the ring just to make things interesting.
Via: Randy's Right:
Washington Times Article - Liberals vow to challenge Obama in Democratic primaries
President Obama’s smooth path to the Democratic nomination may have gotten rockier Monday, after a group of liberal leaders, including former presidential candidate Ralph Nader, announced plans to challenge the incumbent in primaries next year.
The group said the goal is to offer up a handful of candidates from various fields and areas where the president either has failed to stake out a “progressive” position or where he has “drifted toward the corporatist right.” Read more...