The former presidential deputy assistant is correct. Obama has nothing to run on pertaining to the economy. He has devastated it with his liberal ideology and his decision to put himself first above the American people as indicated by his actions over the weekend. Obama has failed to create jobs and unemployment is at a whopping 9% which no president has ever won reelection with a percentage that high. Obama's non executive experience and ignorance has caused people to lose jobs. Look at the Nasa layoffs and look at the moratorium he put on drilling along the Gulf Coast that put over 230,000 out of work. Those people will not forget. So what does Obama have as his last resort? Class Warfare as the expert states. Obama, a former community agitator, will focus on class warfare pitting the poor against the rich causing massive devisiveness across the country between all different levels of people and their way of life. Divisive means to create dissagreement and dissension or hostility between people. That is what he wants. If you look back during his presidency, you will see that he has done this many times. One instance was last week not promising seniors and veterans would get their SS checks on the 3rd of August. Another instance was interfering with the union problem in Wisconsin, a private state matter that involved different classes of people, union workers & non union workers. What this all boils down to is that Obama isn t a uniter and never intended to be as president. What I think we are fixing to see is the most devisive & violent campaign we have ever witnessed put on by a most desperate incumbent president (usurper). If you thought the violence at the democratic 1968 convention was bad, you ain't seen nothing yet with this community agitator n chief. Watch video: Rpt: President Obamas Reelection Campaign Bid May Try to Avoid State of Economy « Fox News Insider Excerpts: Is it possible for President Obama to run his reelection campaign without being able to point to a strengthening economy? A new report suggests the White House is looking at former campaigns that were able to overcome a first-term rise in unemployment snip~ Stanzel also said that President Obamas administration has not been able to deliver their messages to the American people and the commander in chief has put the U.S. on a road to nowhere. In response to Varneys question as to whether Obama will resort to a campaign based on class warfare, Stanzel said its the only message they have in their arsenal, and will use that to attack the Republican nominee.