Dems Rejecting Obama

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    I suppose Democrat Candidates for House, Senate and Governorships figure Obama has given them enough help with his polices and programs and figure their doing so well, they just don't even need him around to help in their elections.

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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — President Barack Obama doesn't go there anymore.

    The days of Obama traipsing around the country to states like Montana, Indiana or Arkansas in freewheeling campaign mode — and with sky-high popularity lifting Democratic candidates — are long over. With his approval rating sliding, the president in the next few weeks is primarily sticking to big cities — Milwaukee, Cleveland and Philadelphia — and other party strongholds, like Connecticut, where he can help fellow Democrats in the midterm election homestretch.

    Who's campaigning for Democratic candidates in Arkansas on Wednesday? Former President Bill Clinton, ex-governor of the state.

    Fewer Democratic Candidates Seek Obama's Help - US News and World Report
     
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    Yep.

    Ain't heard nary a one touting their vote on HC or that oh so great stim package.

    I think most would just as soon that OL'BO didn't come to their States to campaign for em.

    I guess that Ol Hope and Change bs ain't workin for them either.
     
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    More people have seen Elvis than have seen Obama on the campaign trail.
     
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    Obama has been ramping up his campaigning and the gap has been narrowing.

    Nov 2 is not a sure thing
     
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    Memo: Yes, it is a sure thing.
     
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    True. The date in inevitable.

    Republican victory, however, is not.

    And what you guys fail to read in the polls..is Reagan had worse numbers..in terms of popularity and unemployment..at this point..then Obama.

    How'd that turn out?
     
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    Keep banging that drum, bubba.
    Yeah, Reagan was a much worse president than Obama. LOL!!!!!

    The Dems are truly desperate.
     
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    Reagan was one of the best presidents of the 20th century...

    Obama is better
     

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