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There it was, right on the front page of an edition the New York Times editors had to know would be seen extensively.
Check it out, right at the bottom…
Democrats Fret Aloud Over Obama’s Chances
On the record, for attribution, Democrats are expressing concerns about 2012, in the most prestigious liberal newspaper in America.
The paper reports that there’s “alarm.” The “alarm” is “growing.”
“They (Democrat officials) said the likelihood of a highly competitive 2012 race is increasing as the Republican field, once dismissed by many Democrats as too inexperienced and conservative to pose a serious threat, has started narrowing to two leading candidates, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, who have executive experience and messages built around job creation.”
This is the New York Times, folks. Can you say, “OUCH?”
“A change in mood.”
“Little cause for immediate optimism.”
“A daunting obstacle to re-election.”
“Liberals have grown frustrated.”
“Alarms have already gone off.”
The Times found several fretting Democrats willing to be quoted.