Skip to comments.After policy stumbles, Obama turns to politics
Posted on 04/28/2010 2:58:21 AM PDT by gusopol3
The policy achievements of the first 14 months of the Obama administration clearly have not energized these voters. Large majorities see the stimulus package as a boondoggle that has failed to revive the economy; solid majorities would like to see the health care legislation repealed. Even the provision that lets you stay on your mom and dad's health insurance policy until age 26 doesn't seem to have set young voters' hearts palpitating.
So if policy doesn't work, try politics. Gallup reports that "very enthusiastic" voters favor Republicans 57 percent to 37 percent in congressional elections. Will attacks on Wall Street, deep-sixing the cap-and-trade bill and getting beaten on immigration change that? The Obama Democrats hope so. But I wouldn't bet heavily on it
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RNC just needs to put a picture of him up on a billboard next to this quote; he has no intent to be a President of all the people, and there should be no illusions that he ever did.
Interesting headline. Kind of like “After a Series of Setbacks, Alcoholic Turns to Drink”.
Every day that passes convinces me more and more that this country will break up just like the russian professor said.
One of the best analogies ever! Okay if I borrow it?
Have at it!
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