The old favorite standby excuse of the Obama Administration. When all else fails, blame Bush. I think America’s college students are much smarter than that. Report below by John Rossomando of Red Alert Politics.
Youth enthusiasm for President Obama is nowhere near where it was in 2008 because of decisions made during the Bush years, according to Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs, who appeared this morning on CNN’s State of the Unionwith Candy Crowley.
Crowley asked Gibbs about the reasons for the President’s weakened support among young Americans under 30 who voted for Obama by a 66 percent margin in 2008. Recent polling suggests that number has fallen to 48 percent today.