Amazing, but true. Ever the campaigner (being president is a distraction from the Hope and Change mantra), President Obama's campaign for re-election calls his current occupation in the Oval Office a disadvantage while his yet to be named Republican challenger battles for his party's nomination. Here is the line in a recent fundraising letter that addresses this position of weakness:
Our opponents have significant operations on the ground in key battleground states, full-time candidates without day jobs, and a lot of media attention to fuel their campaigns.
President Obama has you. And when you're building a grassroots organization from the bottom up, the first person gets the next one involved.
Yes, Obama's "day job" is a hindrance. Let us all work hard to relieve him of this hindrance in November.
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