Just prior to the midterm elections, the strategist behind the marketing campaign of Obamacare advised that executive amnesty by President Obama would be “wildly popular” with the American electorate.
Celinda Lake, lead pollster and main crafter of the Obamacare marketing campaign for Obamacare, was quoted Oct. 30 by Roll Call saying voters would be “just fine” with the president acting alone on immigration reform.
Lake was speaking in the run-up to the midterms, which were widely seen as a rejection of Obama’s policies, particularly Obamacare and amnesty.
“Voters would be glad to have a president getting something done,” said Lake, president of Lake Research Partners.
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