It looks like President Obama has failed to learn anything from the Democrat’s loss in Massachusetts. Neglecting the fact that their loss is the inevitable result of a failed policy agenda he has enlisted his former campaign manager, David Plouffe, to return and oversee the DNC’s 2010 election campaign and help fight the coming storm. According to the New York Times,
The White House is searching for ways to respond to panic among Democrats over the possible demise of his health care bill and a political landscape being reshaped by a wave of populism.
“We are turning the corner to a much more political season,” said David Axelrod, a senior adviser to the president, who confirmed Mr. Plouffe’s role. “We are going to evaluate what we need to do to get timely intelligence and early warnings so we don’t face situations like we did in Massachusetts.”
If you don’t remember, that’s the same David Plouffe who started a youtube campaign called “Beat Sarah Palin Day” to pimp his book in an attempt to beat Palin’s Amazon.com rankings. And that turned out to be another Democrat failure.