Obama fundraiser letter says being President is disadvantage in election

J. James Estrada
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.

J. James Estrada's LinkedIn profile can be viewed here

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.

J. James Estrada's LinkedIn profile can be viewed here