Some Dems to Obama... "Don't stand so close to me"

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    Some Democrats keep distance from Obama - latimes.com

    Yeah, good luck with that if you voted for Porkulous, Bailoutpalooza, Obamacare and were in favor of Tax and Trade.

    Should be wake up time for the Democrat party. Some 49 Dem's are running in districts won by McCain in 2008 and that's not even taking into account the recent trend reversals in NJ, Virginia and the case of one Scott Brown. As for Torricelli, it may be one boat but he ought to be doing a lifeboat count about now, this Neotitanic may be a bit short.

    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-con...ruary 8, 2010 USA Poll Release and Tables.pdf
    Good luck folks, the only consolation is November is still a long way off. But does anyone here see Obama, Pelosi and Reid making a coarse correction before that time? I don't, not yet anyway.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvfb8GcKAWs]YouTube - Don't Stand So Close To Me - The Police[/ame]
     
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    They're racing to escape the fallout path.
     
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    Many Dems are racist as well.
     
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    Why do you say that?? It demonstrates political self-preservation. It can be argued if they are doing it purely for their own self interests, or to keep the party in power.
     
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    I saw racism override party many times when Obama got nominated.

    "I ain't votin for no ******" was a common thing to hear in rural KY.
    And I am speaking of thos who normally vote Dem.
     
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    In regards to the politicians, do you think that's what is driving this exodus??
     
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    Yes, mostly. Being associated with a black person is not a good way to get votes from racists.
     
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    Rep. Dennis Cardoza (D) On unemployment/foreclosures, "The Obama administration has failed miserably in trying to solve the problem."

    Rep. Jim Costa (D) "They're not listening carefully enough to the people I represent"

    Costa is also from California which voted big for Obama. The article does not specify how that district went.

    Race is not a factor. At all. Obama sucks at his job and simply was not ready for it. He could have been the next "Liberal Lion" post Kennedy or a good POTUS many years from now, instead, he will be gone in just under 3 years. Kinda sad really.
     
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    LMAO.
    Obama has not fixed things in 1 year that took over a decade to create?
    Even with all that bipartisan support from the right?
    Pansy assed politicians.
     
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    No one expects a one year fix but the least he could have done was to not make them so much worse.
    For the first year no bipartisan support was needed given the Dems huge majorities. Still an epic fail.
    You got "Pansy assed polititians" right but that goes for the lot of them.
     

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