Regarding Barack Obama's personality-driven campaign (one too short on sound ideas), Karl Rove writes in today's Wall Street Journal about how Obama's increasing number of gaffes, distortions and flip-flops are giving Americans a whole new feeling for the guy.
"Stripped of his mystique as a different kind of office seeker, he could become just another liberal politician – only one who parses, evades, dissembles and condescends. That narrative is beginning to take hold. If those impressions harden into firm judgments, Mr. Obama will have a very difficult time in November."
Read the WSJ article here.