Wednesday, January 20, 2010
FORCES OF CHANGE NOW TARGET OBAMA
Why can't we all
just get along?
“The failure to understand how anti-establishment the country has become is a big part of the problem....” A Year Later, Voters Send a Different Message
For lack of an original (better) thought, am quoting someone elses:
"Republican Scott Brown’s eye-opening victory in Massachusetts Tuesday has unmistakably framed the problem for President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party: The same forces of disgust with establishment politicians and hunger for change in Washington that vaulted Obama to power 14 months ago can be harnessed with equal success by people who want to stop his agenda in its tracks.
"When there's trouble in Massachusetts, rest assured , there's trouble everywhere..... "One thing is very, very clear......People do not want the trillion-dollar health care plan that is being forced on the American people, and this bill is not being debated openly and fairly. It will raise taxes, it will hurt Medicare, it will destroy jobs and run our nation deeper in to debt."
"Anyone who's been out on the campaign trail, particularly in this race, has seen the anger of folks who are frustrated, concerned..... They are angry about health care issues, and they're angry about our two wars.."
.... some top Republicans acknowledge that the cantankerous electorate isn’t exactly running into the GOP’s arms, but rather projecting on Washington's ruling party their disgust with the political status quo." http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0110/31703.html
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