(CBS News) President Obama has a tough task ahead this week: Energize his coalition of voters who elected him in 2008 in order to win reelection, a roundtable mostly of journalists said Sunday on "Face the Nation." But they said that GOP nominee Mitt Romney has an even more difficult challenge: Convince voters that they should turn away from the president.
"They went hard on the idea 'He's not a bad person, but he's not been a successful president,'" CBS News' John Dickerson said of the Republican convention last week. "The key, I think, is whether they can turn disappointment into rejection."
Dickerson said Mr. Obama has to do two things at the Democratic convention in Charlotte this week: "Something has to be done to energize or re-energize the coalition he put together. " He also said the president must "give a clearer sense of what a second-term agenda is." ...