After casting off Catholics not once but twice in the last three months over religious freedoms, Barack Obama is trying a new strategy;  The POTUS is now inferring that he partnered with Catholics in his earliest days as a community organizer in Chicago.

"My first job in Chicago . . . was working with a group of Catholic churches on the South Side of Chicago in low income neighborhoods," Obama said, reminding the audience that he partnered with Catholics, "to try to figure out how we could improve schools and how we could strengthen neighborhoods and how we could strengthen families."

If poll sources are correct, Obama needs to try whatever strategy he can to win back Catholics;  Church leaders and the faithful have taken Obama's stabs at their religious freedoms to heart and are fighting back by bailing on the candidate.  Even sources at the Vatican level have been vocal about Obama's attacks on Catholic doctrine.