While premature to be calling the election, anything can happen between now and November, it is apparent the selection of Sarah Palin has so unnerved B HO that he has lost his message and failed to regain his stride.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution
"For a “change” candidate, Obama appears to be a man locked in time, unable to move past criticism, unable to move from the grip of the Democratic left, unable to adapt to the changed reality that the campaign is not the referendum on the war in Iraq or on the administration of George W. Bush that he’d envisioned."
"With Palin, the Washington outsider, the “third term” argument is plainly absurd. But Obama can’t let go, just as the lefties can’t let go of the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth defeat of Kerry. He can’t move on."
Maybe, when he was subjected to this undated interview with Beliefnet.com earlier this year, God didn't take kindly to his seeming to equate himself with the Almighty as he said,
"The prayer that I tell myself every night is a fairly simple one: I ask in the name of Jesus Christ that my sins are forgiven, that my family is protected and that I am an instrument of God's will. I'm constantly trying to align myself to what I think he calls on me to do. And sometimes you hear it strongly and sometimes that voice is more muted."
Seems to me, another well-known and less popular politician was castigated for claiming to pray and hear God's voice.
Or, will he just continue riding his tricycle around in circles?