Organizing For Action Declares Obama’s Economic Pivot Over

Not that this pivot, the 19th during his 4 1/2 years in office, really went far in the first place. A couple speeches, a weaselly Weekly Address, an interview with the NY Times, none of which did more than offer the same tired campaign rhetoric of Blamestorming, division, and failed (and even contradictory – he wants everyone to go to college, apparently to be blue collar workers paving roads) policies, with no new policies offered. All this was most likely to rescue his sagging poll numbers and distract from his incompetence, scandals, fecklessness, irresponsibility, etc.

(Daily Caller) Organizing for Action, the nonprofit organization assembled from the remnants of President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, is pushing for the president’s second-term agenda during a month-long “Action August” of advocacy and fundraising – but don’t expect to hear about the economy.

Beginning on Obama’s birthday, August 4, OFA will spend the month promoting the administration’s top issues ahead of the 2014 midterm elections: the benefits of enrolling early in Obamacare (August 4), immigration reform (August 5), climate change (August 13), gun control (August 21), and immigration reform again (August 31).

Well all know that the supposedly independent OFA is simply the action arm of Mr. Obama, and the two are linked, if not in law, in reality, arm in arm, with Obama surely directing the way.

Obama will supposedly give more speeches after last week’s 3 speeches, ones that will supposedly have more specifics. Which will probably be the same tired and failed policies he tried during the first 4 years. But, will that happen? There is absolutely nothing on his schedule. Nor for the following week. Politico states that he’s sitting down to lunch with Hillary Clinton today. And then he’ll meet with the SF Giants, winners of last year’s World Series (boooooo. I’m a Dodgers fan). White House Dossier says that after that, he’ll meet with “civil rights” leaders, probably to gin up more division post-Zimmerman trial.

Don’t forget, he’s going to “spend every minute of every day doing everything in my power to make this economy work for working Americans again..”.

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