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Topic - Kellyanne Conway
With his new emphasis on creating government policy through executive fiat, President Obama is betting he will fire up his Democratic base more than he will infuriate Republican voters in this year's midterm elections.
With the arduous campaign to succeed Mayor Michael Bloomberg finally in its final stage, New Yorkers now have their choices before them: stick with policies that have kept the city relatively safe and prosperous, or break from a past that some residents complain has nurtured income inequality and racial divisions.
Abortion doctor Gosnell on trial, but media not interested; pro-lifers see bias in Philadelphia case
The trial details are nothing short of sensational: A doctor accused of killing seven newborns and a young woman at a filthy Philadelphia clinic strewn with body parts and described as a "slaughterhouse."
"It's much easier to enrage and engage voters from the party out of power if you insist on running an imperial presidency," Ms. Conway said. "You've pledged publicly in your State of the Union to ignore Congress, and therefore the Constitution, if you get the chance."
"There's great indication now that the disappointment and disillusionment with Obamacare is spilling over into the view of government generally among youth," Ms. Conway said. "If one of their major goals was to get youth to think about the government in a more benevolent, generous, accepting terms, they're failing."