What would you call a General who abandoned his troops on the battlefield? I would call him "General Obama". The worst president in American history (Jimmy Carter just breathed a sigh of relief) -- who has set the country up for both fiscal and national security disasters -- is literally tearing the Democrat Party apart.
More interested in protecting his own job, he stayed away from Wisconsin during the entire recall fight (which was lost by the Left, badly).
And the Clinton wing of the Democrat Party continues to lob grenades at Obama, undermining his bleak message of scapegoating and diversion with shiny objects ("Look over there -- it's a woman who can't get free contraceptives!"). Consider the following instances of subtle rebellion:
• Former Clinton Adviser Lanny Davis Goes Off On Obama Aides: “You Have Vicious People Who Are Working For The President” - "It may be meltdown unless they come to their senses. Why would they want to create enemies, or depict people as enemies: who are their friends?"
• Clinton's Tax-Cut Position Undercuts Obama Stance - "Former Democratic President Bill Clinton suggested Tuesday that Congress temporarily extend all the Bush-era tax cuts, undercutting President Barack Obama's position that the rates on upper-income Americans should rise at year's end."
• Ed Rendell: Obama ‘hurt by being a legislator only’ before presidency - "Former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell... made his latest swipe at the president Thursday morning in an interview on CBS’s “This Morning.” ... Asked by host Charlie Rose whether he thought Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton would have handled the presidency differently from Obama, Rendell responded that he thought Clinton “would’ve come in with a lot more executive experience... I think the president was hurt by being a legislator only.” Rendell said."
• Bill Clinton On Romney's Bain Ties: 'This Is Good Work' - "During an appearance on CNN on Thursday night, Bill Clinton weighed in on presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's former private equity firm, Bain Capital, which has come under scrutiny in the campaign... "I don't think we ought to get into a position where we say this is bad work," Clinton said. "This is good work." ... Clinton characterized Romney's career as "sterling.""
• Booker's big mouth ruins relationship with Obama, Cabinet hopes - "Thinking highly of [Newark Mayor Cory] Booker, Obama’s campaign asked him to appear on “Meet the Press” on May 20 to act as a mouthpiece, but he proceeded to eviscerate one of the president’s key campaign themes... Booker told a national TV audience the president’s attacks on Mitt Romney’s record at private-equity firm Bain Capital were “nauseating” and made him “very uncomfortable.” ... “He’s dead to us,” one ranking administration official said of the prevailing feelings at the White House and Obama headquarters in Chicago."
• Deval Patrick, Democratic Governor, Creates Obama Campaign Headache By Defending Bain - "Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick ended up defending Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday during TV appearances in which the Democratic politician was supposed to be serving as a surrogate for President Barack Obama. Patrick... applauded Boston-based Bain Capital, implicitly criticizing the Obama campaign's attacks on Romney's record at the private equity firm."
In short, the Democrat knives are out for Obama. But why is all of this happening now?
Because the Clinton Wing of the Democrat Party is astute enough to know what's coming. I believe we are watching the first signs of a political tsunami. In state after state, Barack Obama has marshaled only 60% of the vote... as an incumbent president in the Democrat freaking primaries.
That's not to say any of this will be easy. It will be a pitched political battle, with every dirty trick, every left-wing media "October Surprise" hit-job, and every illegal voting gambit known to man. It will take all of us, working as hard as we can, to educate our family members, our friends, our neighbors and our colleagues and to ensure that the margin of victory surpasses what I like to call "The Holder Margin".
But I feel, deep in my gut, that a Tsunami is about to wash across the American landscape like nothing any of us have ever seen before.
And after the Marxist Left splinters the Democrat Party into tiny little shards, it will be time for we Constitutional Conservatives to take on our next challenge.
Because our work won't be done.
Our next task will be to replace the cowardly, Rockefeller-style leadership of the Republican Party with patriots who are more interested in saving the country than their own pathetic hides. Our next task is to continue to put the United States back on the road of Constitutionalism, the greatest system of government ever devised by man.