“Pew Also Found That Among Self-Described Clinton Supporters, The Negative Shift Against Obama Is More Severe Among Women Than Among Men.”
The Politico.com story on the anger towards Obama among Clinton supporters doesn’t mention Obama’s radical friends like Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayes and Bernadine Dohrn and now Father Pfleger, and it doesn’t mention Michelle Obama’s outrageous rhetoric either. It does quote GOP pollster Kellyanne Conway:
These women have two issues at the top of their agenda that require experience and reasonableness-war and economy,” Conway said. “For many of these women, when they hear Barack Obama talk about change they hear revolution, not incrementalism.
My emphasis, but this is the background noise that has grown in volume week to week behind Obama, and the Pfleger video from Memorial Weekend Sunday Services at Obama’s own church and the reaction to it from Obama’s fellow parishioners for 20 years is going to further unsettle an already suspicious segment of the Democratic Party base that does value mocking Hillary and doesn’t believe they owe reparations for wrongs done to African-Americans decades before they were born.
The DNC Rules Committee has plenty of reasons to punt to the Credentials Committee tomorrow, thus keeping the opening available to push the increasingly radioactive Obama to the sidelines.