Since Obama doesn’t have to answer to the will of voters, he’ll have his O-bots do his bidding.
President Obama plans to use his massive campaign organization to assist him in his battles with Republicans as he seeks to drive forward his second term agenda.
In an email Thursday to the Obama 2012 campaign’s massive list, Campaign Chairman Jim Messina indicated the organization’s role will shift from advocating Obama’s candidacy to using mass action to press for his policies.
Obama used his 2008 campaign infrastructure during his first term to try to further his objectives. But the apparatus today is far larger and much better organized than in 2009 and 2010, when it helped the president barely tug Obamacare over the finish line in Congress.
Obama’s campaign email:
How we got here must guide where we go. If we’re going to accomplish the things America voted for on Tuesday, you’ve got to be even more involved in getting them done than you were in giving us all the chance.
We’ll be in touch soon about how we can get started on some of the President’s top priorities in his second term.
Anybody that opposes Obama will be met with directed opposition from the Obama White House.