Discussion in 'Politics' started by Zoom-boing, Nov 1, 2010.
A divisive Obama undercuts the presidency
Obama is no longer the outsider. He is the insider. And he doesn't like it. He isn't free to blame others (although he does so anyway). He isn't free to spout programs that don't and can't work, like closing Gitmo. He is judged on performance, like every other office holder. And his performance sucks.
Clearly the president is the opposite of everything he said he would be. Right now 47 percent of Democrats hope for an in-party challenge in the 2012 primaries. It is interesting that we see virtually none of that attitude from the Ds here at USMB. That should make clear that here they are simply not representative of Ds as whole, and that is a good thing if there's to be any hope of getting through this and actually improving our situation.
If the Democrats want to hand victory to the Republicans in 2012, they will do an in-party challenge.
They still might, believing they can handle the Rs and it's not too late for HRC; very statesmanlike ya know
OWEbama is a psychopathic narcissist, and his actions now confirm that in a very solid way.
Just throwing it out there: You are a sheep-fucker without lube, and your actions now confirm that in a very solid way. See what I did there?
Heck, I doubt Pale Rider even owns a sheep.
You on the other hand probably have hoof and mouth disease.
Shovel-ready jobs were not there.
Exiting Iraq much harder than first thought.
Healthcare reform will not save money.
Obama has completed 70% of his agenda.
Does anybody even care what the last 30% is?
Some morning in the not too distant future the President needs to wake up and point at least one finger at himself as a blame agent.
Pelosi: Wins election, but retires due to House losses.
Reid: Losses by 2%.
Democrats will become more centrist or risk a repeat performance in 2012.
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