Obama May Remain Unchallenged Through 2012By Avik, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
WASHINGTON (GaeaTimes.com) — In a conversation Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said that President Obama might be lucky enough not to face an opponent in the “Democratic primary”.
David Axelrod, senior advisor of the President told that people love Obama as he is trying hard for the nation, so it is hard to predict whether their would be any competency as such.
Axelrod also added,
I see strong support among Democrats for this president. They understand that he’s fighting hard, trying hard to move this country forward, They understand what we’ve accomplished already. The biggest lament I hear from Democrats is, ‘You’ve done so much, how come people aren’t responding better?
What Dean told in an interview on CBS is,
I don’t think he’s going to face an opponent in the Democratic primary, I think that would be a bad thing for the country, and I think it would be a bad thing for the Democratic Party. The history of people running against presidents in their own party is the challenger loses and then the president is weakened and loses
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