I think the most interesting aspect is this:
In other words, Obama and the rest of the lily-livered, gutless, unprincipled hacks in the Democrap party were so intimidated by the Palin wing of the GOP that they caved in on virtually every issue and handed the Republicans pretty much what they wanted, like a huge steaming turd on a silver platter.
Anyway, by mid-2010 Obama and his sub-prime advisers had come to believe that the Tea Party truly represented the dynamic core of the country’s collective political personality; just as the vested interests represented its foundation pillars. All words, all deeds became hostage to the odd belief that the President’s personal political future (the Democratic Party itself always was a mere instrument to that end) dictated that the reborn crack-pot right not be further aroused lest they do something beyond their current hostility that might cause him electoral harm. These dire thoughts represented the apogee of the White House’s imaginative powers. So, the White House curbed itself, the DNC and its supporters from fashioning a narrative that could be a persuasive alternative to the far right’s passion play.
Now the Tea Party is collapsing, but it's too late for Obama, who gave up before the fight started. His idea of negotiation is to bend over and pull down his pants. He deserves to lose. Better yet, the Republicans should nominate him.
Quando vem a madrugada, meu pensamento vagueia
Corro os dedos na viola, contemplando a lua cheia
Apesar de tudo existe, uma fonte de água pura
Quem beber daquela água, não terá mais amargura
Danço eu dança você
Na dança da solidão