By now, I'm sure you've heard of a meeting attended by Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR) involving Democrats at the White House. At the meeting, Congressman Berry was trying to tell President Obama and others that they need to leave their leftist agenda and move to the center or there will be a blood bath in November. The now famous quote from President Obama was, “The big difference here and in ‘94 was you’ve got me.” Talk radio and other commentators have made fun of this remark and laughed it off. I'm not laughing.
Obama is arrogant, to be sure, but I think his confidence in this area isn't about him, personally, but about his army. He has the union thugs from SEIU and the 'voter registration' experts at ACORN ready to do his bidding in November. He knows the country has turned against him and his agenda but that doesn't matter. Yes, there have been three big elections that have swung to the Republicans, but that's only three.
Come November, the Organizer in Chief will have his army in full swing in order to have enough votes, in the end, to keep whomever he wants in Washington and keep his agenda on track. This man is not stupid, he's wicked. He knows he can't manipulate the outcomes of special elections but in a national election, he can have his way because there are not enough good guys to keep track of the myriad of hoodlums working for The One.
Don't think he hasn't gotten 'the message' of Massachusetts. He got it. However, he realizes that America hasn't gotten his message - he doesn't care. His agenda will roll on, regardless of America.
Hot Air: Obama to House Dem: “The big difference here and in ‘94 was you’ve got me”