Obama's strange campaign strategy is an pure Progressive fantasy.

Obama has decided that the national demographic has  move to the Left,  and his personal and Leftist agenda is about to benefit in spades.  The facts in this post may prove otherwise.

Gallup, today,  shows Mitt Romney up by 47 to 45 percent,  well within the margin of error,  but, still,  showing Romney trending up and away from Obama. 

Update:  Gallup's polling results released moments ago,  show Romney up 48 to 43 percents.  (

More importantly,  Gallup has Independents moving toward Romney in droves - today,  for the first,  Romney is polling ahead of Obama 45 to 39 percent.  They (the Independents) voted for the GOP 55 to 39 percent in the 2010 mid-term elections.  

A third consideration is the fact that the male vote is running 14 % in favor of Romney.  That is a very important consideration,  because men vote with 3 times the frequency as women.  

In related news,  it is common knowledge that the Obama campaign has decided to turn its focus away from the typical blue collar worker. 

All pretense of trying to win a majority of the white working class has been effectively jettisoned in favor of cementing a center-left coalition made up, on the one hand, of voters who have gotten ahead on the basis of educational attainment... and a second, substantial constituency of lower-income voters who are disproportionately African-American and Hispanic,' longtime political reporter Thomas B. Edsall wrote in an opinion piece in the New York TimesRead more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2067223/President-Obamas-2012-campaign-abandons-white-working-class-voters-favor-minorities-educated.html#ixzz1sK8AuzaW

Never before, have we seen an election strategy anywhere close to Obama's.  Clearly,  he believes that it is time to campaign against traditional America, whether middle class or the business community.  Obama has chosen to demonize the Catholic Church with its 60 million members;  the TEA party with its 30 million members and sympathetic attendees;  the millions within the small business community;  big Banking with its billions of dollars in reserves; and the oil industry with its control over the price at the pump.  

Such a strategy,  to which "we" say,  bring it on.