The Obama campaign plans to send out an appeal to millions of woman beginning Monday. It will be sending out various versions to appeal to young woman, Mothers, and Older woman. Later it will appeal to Nurses for Obama.
I am wondering what they are going to say? To African-Americans they will have to appeal to other issues than employment as that issue has been a complete failure. Black unemployment stands at 16.1 percent. Interestingly Mainstream media journalists complained about African-American unemployment rates of 8 Percent under former President George W. Bush
To Hispanics what is he going to say? Obama deported more people than Bush
I guess he really needs individualized messages to refocus his failure to each group.
Saying we can’t go back to the Failed policy’s of Bush won’t work as things were better for many minorities under the Bush administration.
Even so the Mainstream media seems to be ignoring the facts. Recently Presidential candidate Mitt Romney said that Obama’s new slogan has moved from, “yes we can” to “it’s not my fault”
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s re-election campaign is beginning an intensified effort this week to build support among women, using the debate over the new health care law to amplify an appeal that already appears to be benefiting from partisan clashes over birth control and abortion.
On Monday, mailings will go out to one million women in more than a dozen battleground states in three separate versions for mothers, young women and older women, campaign and party officials said.
An effort called “Nurses for Obama” will begin on Wednesday, with nurses nationwide enlisted to be advocates for the health care law in their communities. And a new Web site will include links to video testimonials about the health care overhaul signed by Mr. Obama in 2010, including from a former critic who subsequently was found to have breast cancer.
Through the month, ending with what the campaign’s headquarters has designated a “Women’s Week of Action,” campaign field offices will organize phone banks, campus activities, house parties and media events featuring local residents helped by the law, officials say.