felix dakat wrote:Obama showed a keen awareness of the situation he is in. The Republicans won't even applaud tax cuts when the words come from a Democrat's mouth.
Because they know he has no intention of cutting taxes, or even keeping the tax cuts that are in place.
And he flat out prevaricated when he said the Supreme Court ruling reversing campaign contribution laws would allow foreign contributions. That....is......incorrect--and he knows it.
But unless he can, the deficit of trust will remain large out here where people live.
With his attack on the Supreme Court, which has re-leveled the playing field between business/capitalists and the unions and the MSM, he just jacked up the deficit of trust another notch. Democrats are even bailing out on him, except, of course, for those like Chuck Schumer who's the senator who stands to loose the most income, by far, because of the SCOTUS ruling. I hope Obama goes to California to campaign for Barbara Boxer. Pro'bly won't happen. Counting the two trips to Copenhagen (Climategate and the Olympics), Virginia, New Jersey and now Massachusetts, he's 0-5.
It's obvious that from the President on down to the operatives on the site here that the message sent by Massachusetts is going unheeded. It's truly ironic that Uncle Teddy was actually responsible for changing the succession law so that Brown could replace him. It shows how fast and vociferously things have swung around. Almost nobody saw the '94 midterm elections coming, but only those in complete denial are not heeding the huge red flags for November, which is just going to make it worse--which is fine.