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Democrats Run When Obama Comes to a Fundraiser in Missouri

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  1. IcyPatriot

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    #87 Jersey

    You can't make this stuff up ... :scared::scared::scared:

    Some Democrats pass on Obama rally - Washington Times

    Hope and Loose Change means running in your Nike's >>> :scared::scared::scared:
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    His low poll numbers must be starting to get toxic to campaigns if they are opting out of press ops with the President eight months out :rolleyes:
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    Bill Clinton and George Bush could still raise money for their people even when they were toxic. Obama is a scourge right now ... when your people run from you that is as blunt as it gets in the opinion arena.
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    No the Rasmussen polls are lies the libs say so.......;)
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    At some point before 2012 there will be calls for Impeachment, Obama is to Arrogant to change his ways.
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    He's owned by Pelosi / Reid, Bildeberger's and the Iluminati ... he'll last to 2012 and they'll get the next person elected also.
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    Generally speaking, that would be great. Of course, that's without knowing what the congress will look like, the senate, nor who would stand in place of him. I think Obama could benefit from losing either the legislative branch of government, if not both. It worked well for Clinton. Split government tends to keep both sides in check. So should the house go pub (I don't think the senate can), which is still a tall task, it might be to Obama's benefit.

    As for the original topic, oh my how the mighty have fallen. This is what happens when you're an ideologue, and ill prepared for the job. Obama is a very likable person, but he's not presidential material. I'm not sure any candidate this past election was worthy, but this guy may have been the least prepared. I said he should have ran for governor of Illinois first. He's never held an executive position in his life.
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    It didn't really work for Clinton and especially did not work for Bush. Frankly I'm not seeing anything significant coming from Congress that he was part of that wasn't "in his best interest" to be part of after the Democrats lost control of Congress in 1995. The biggest bills were either ones that haunt Democrats to this day(Defense of Marriage Act) or ones that were feel good bills at the time or ones that were overturned entirely or partially by the US Supreme Court later on.

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