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#1 Obama's Base Crumbles, Blacks,liberals Flee In Droves
07-26-2011, 09:01 PM
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New polls confirm Obama's Democratic base crumbles
Few People Noticed what Vermont's Sen. Bernie Sanders Said:
"I think it would be a good idea if President Obama faced some primary opposition."
With all of the spotlights on the high-stakes debt maneuverings by President Obama and Speaker John Boehner the last few days,
This is political treason 469 days before a presidential election. Yes, yes, this is just a crusty old New England independent for now, but one who caucuses loyally with Harry Reid's Democratic posse.
But while most of the media focuses on Republican Boehner and the tea party pressures on him to raise the debt limit not one Liberty dime, Sanders' mumblings are a useful reminder that hidden in the shadows of this left-handed presidency are militant progressives like Sanders who don't want to cut one Liberty dime of non-Pentagon spending.
Closely read the transcript of Obama's Monday statement on the debt talks stalemate. The full transcript is right here. And the full transcript of Boehner's response is right here.
An Unbalanced Approach to a Balanced Approach
Using political forensics, notice any clues, perhaps telltale code words that reveal to whom he was really addressing his Monday message? Clearly, it wasn't congressional Republicans -- or Democrats, for that matter.
The nation's top talker uttered 2,264* words in those remarks. He said "balanced approach" seven times, three times in a single paragraph.
That's the giveaway. Obviously, David Plouffe and the incumbent's strategists have been polling phrases for use in this ongoing debt duel, which is more about 2012 now than 2011. "Balanced approach" is no sweet talk for old Bernie or tea sippers on the other side.
Obama is running for the center already, aiming for the independents who played such a crucial role in his victorious coalition in 2008. They were the first to start abandoning the good ship Obama back in 2009 when all the ex-state senator could do was talk about healthcare, when jobs and the economy were the peoples' priority.
07-26-2011, 09:14 PM
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if he thinks the Obassiah should face a primary challenge, why doesn't he run? pretty dumb remarks"Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the Majesty of Heaven, which I revere above all earthly kings..." Patrick Henry
07-26-2011, 10:26 PM
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The Teachers, SEUI unions and now Move on and Media Maters are threatening a march on the White House .....The cracks are showing in the Liberal/Maoist Political wall and they will replace this loser if many more join the call to dump him ....
California Liberals are demanding more taxes to pay for the teachers retirements and the liberal governor is caving into more local taxes being levied directly by the teachers unions ...... Before long California will be again part of Mexica and good riddance to that infected Gay/lLiberal puss pocket .
If the teachers and SUEI unions win the right to directly levey Government and Teachers retirement taxes at the community level we will see a further mass exodice from California east to Arizona and Colorado .
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