Obama out of touch with his own base?

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    GOP Leader Claims Dem Support for Payroll Tax Cut, Pipeline Package


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    It appears that Obama may not only be out of touch with the country but his own base.

    Why in the hell wouldn't Democrats want the jobs the pipeline can fulfill?

    I'll be impressed with the yea voting Democrats when the Senate passes this vote
     
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    Obama is not interested in jobs or progress. His only goal is to make the gop look bad so people can justify voting for him.
     
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    Democrats encouraged about Obama in 2012 - Yahoo! News
     
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    Yes, and his own base may be wising up. Or they want a Christmas break. :eusa_shifty:
     
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    Democrats want anything that will harm the country.
     
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    The static advantage of a given democratic president: his base.

    They may complain and grumble and be otherwise unhappy – but come election day Obama can count on their votes. There’s no way they’ll vote for a republican, Gingrich in particular.
     
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    Presidential Approval Ratings -- Barack Obama

    George W. Bush 58% (December2003)

    Bill Clinton 51% (December1995)

    George H.W. Bush 51% (December1991)

    54%



    Ronald Reagan

    (December1983)

    Jimmy Carter 53% (December1979)

    Richard Nixon 50% (December1971)

    Dwight Eisenhower 75% (December195


    Obamas numbers are worse than carters. Lmao
     
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    Democrats in Congress are not Obama's "base."
     
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    You're right! Obama is baseless!
     
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    How can you say something so blatantly false? You do realize that there has been economic growth in the private sector for the past 5 months, right?
     

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