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Ed Rollins: Dems 'Suffering Immeasurably' Because of Obama

By    |   Wednesday, 15 Oct 2014 06:35 PM

Americans are not exactly in love with Republicans, but they're turned off by the rudderless leadership of the Democrats, says veteran GOP strategist Ed Rollins, former national campaign director for the Reagan-Bush '84 campaign.

"They're not thrilled with the Republican Party, but at the same time . . . the president's party is suffering immeasurably because of his lack of leadership," Rollins said Wednesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

"Every single day it gets worse, and the next few weeks aren't going to help him any because there's a lot of big decisions he clearly isn't making and will not make on Ebola and certainly on the ISIS battlefront.

"This president does not like to make tough decisions, and that's part of the job of being president."

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Rollins said he is looking at a Republican victory in the formerly Democratic stronghold of Arkansas, where Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor and GOP challenger Rep. Tom Cotton are squaring off.

"Arkansas is a state that's changed dramatically. It was once a very solid Democrat state when Bill Clinton was the governor. Mike Huckabee, when he was governor, started to change [it] to Republican," Rollins said.

"Now [it's] a good state for us, certainly [for] presidential politics, and Sen. Pryor will be retired this time and we'll have pretty much an all-Republican delegation."

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