That's how Bob Priddy over at MissouriNet characterizes the Missouri Democratic Party's latest assessment of Gov. Jay Nixon's chances for re-election. Apparently, someone at the MDC found an article in GOVERNING Magazine to be noteworthy.
"So the senior spokesman for the Missouri Democratic Committee is circulating an article suggesting it “sometimes seems as if he has stronger support form Republicans than Democrats,” and that Governor Nixon “seems to have placed enough distance between himself and his party to be able to survive.” The article also notes that “Missouri voters aren’t enamored of Democrats these days.Maybe our languid and gaffe prone Lt. Gov. Kinder(R) is not such a long shot opponent, after all.