Team Obama is going with a charm offense on social media to push Obama's agenda after the State of the Union address Tuesday night.
Good thing OFA pledged to remain non-partisan and not simply be tasked with advancing the President's agenda. Oh, wait:
President Obama will hold a conference call with supporters of the nonprofit group formed from his reelection campaign organization following his State of the Union address Tuesday night.
"When President Obama leaves the Capitol on Tuesday night after delivering the State of the Union, we're excited to let you know that he'll get on the phone to speak with the folks who are going to help make his plan a reality: supporters like you," OFA organizing director Jon Carson writes in an e-mail. "This is a great opportunity to hear directly from the President about how we can help finish what we started. We've got momentum — let's keep it going."
My prediction for the state of the union address: Some Republican will call it one of the most partisan state of the union addresses ever.Those Republicans. Always the opposition party, it would seem. If only they would just go along with His Excellence, King Obama.
Yeah, you've probably gotten us again, Little Jimmy.