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By Bob Dole
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Topic - Maria Cardona
In campaign mode for months, President Barack Obama is making his quest for a second term official with rallies in Ohio and Virginia while casting Republican rival Mitt Romney as a flip-flopping protector of the rich.
The times they are a-changin'. There's a new power force in Washington, and it's running the show right now, deciding the very fate of the nation.
"What we've seen too many times in the past is Democrats are way too meek in defining their opponents or defining themselves in an election," said Maria Cardona, a Democratic strategist. "This president is not going to let the Republicans define him."
Party strategist Maria Cardona wrote on CNN's website of the 87 tea party members "whose selfish and irresponsible demands during the debt ceiling negotiations may very well mean either outright default or what could be even worse and too late to avoid."