DNC 2012: The Democrats’ Battle for Public Opinion – Politics Informer Video

How will the Democrats and President Obama win over public opinion, and answer Republican rhetoric at last week’s convention? Patrick Egan, New York University political science professor, joins The News Hub to discuss. Photo: AFP/GettyImages. Follow Rolfe: twitter.com Follow our Election Coverage: www.youtube.com Subscribe to the WSJ Live YouTube Channel – www.youtube.com More WSJLive YouTube: www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com WSJ: www.wsj.com Follow our Election Coverage: www.youtube.com Subscribe to the WSJ Live YouTube Channel – www.youtube.com More WSJLive YouTube: www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com WSJ: www.wsj.com
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14 Responses to “DNC 2012: The Democrats’ Battle for Public Opinion – Politics Informer Video”

  1. rvdrvd1000 says:

    I understand,good luck.

  2. Wanda7771 says:

    I’m talking to the needle in the haystack ;-]

  3. rvdrvd1000 says:

    With all due respect,you are wasting you`re time.Never attempt to teach these people,a thing.They are unreachable.They actually cannot think,just toy with them.

  4. rvdrvd1000 says:

    It is in fact appropriately applied to Bush`s spending,and even more so to Obama`s spending,as he has spent more than Bush,and several Presidents before.Is n`t that a fact? You assumed that”time travel”was in play?You are boring me.

  5. Cubs1719 says:

    No I didn’t, see now you are assuming, since the claim is baseless. I assumed you were from the past talking about Bush’s very expensive two front war. Nothing in my statement said you agreed with Bush or the war.

    All jokes aside – Through satire, I was merely pointing out that your statement about “irresponsible spending” is more appropriately applied to Bush’s presidency.

  6. rvdrvd1000 says:

    And you were presuming,that I agreed with attacking two nations`in pursuit of Al-Qaeda,and ,that I am a Bush fan.

  7. Cubs1719 says:

    I don’t think you know what that word means: A presumption is more authoritative than an assumption. To presume is to make an informed guess based on reasonable evidence; to assume is to make a guess based on little or no evidence.

    But I can’t say I’m surprised by you response. Your first reply made no sense – I was clearly joking. Then when I point that out – you reply “The rest of of that is just shit,and it bores me.”

    Well your mindless banter bores me, so let’s talk – what did I “presume”

  8. rvdrvd1000 says:

    No,I meant”presuming”.The rest of of that is just shit,and it bores me.

  9. Cubs1719 says:

    You are right I was satirically “presuming all over the god damned place” when I quoted you and asked if you were from 2004 and talking about George Bush….

    Ps – I think you mean assume vs presume, the latter being a conclusion based on some authority. I was assuming when I asked if you were from the past sent to the future to comment on this youtube video, as sadly we have no evidence of time travel.

  10. rvdrvd1000 says:

    This is why I can`t communicate with most of you. You begin with presuming,all over the god damned place.

  11. Cubs1719 says:

    “Spending imaginary money is the very worst thing that can be done in an economy….hat narcissistic child,is going to destroy the economy,and you along with it.”

    Are you posting from 2004…about Bush? How much did the two front war cost us?

  12. Cubs1719 says:

    Questions –

    What crimes against the American people?

    Why is Obama a fraud?

    I mean you are defending the man whose state was one of the lowest for job creation & helped lay the groundwork for “Obamacare”. You just come off slightly bias and ignorant – so I thought I’d afford you the chance to explain yourself.

  13. longdongronyahemi69 says:

    ok who let the inbred troll out of the basement?

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