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First Obama blame BUSH, GOP, FOX NEWS, and now DEMOCRATS.

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Now they are blaming the Democratic voters. The Bush blame game failed, then he went after the GOP, John Boehner the Tea Partiers that's not working, going after FOX was the dumbest move the WH could make and now this. The interview with Rolling Stone magazine wasn't the smartest move either. They (Democrats and Liberals) are running out of options and even more so, running out of people to blame. When will this administration and Liberals accept accountability for their actions.

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Yeah, have to admit, that is funny. Bush is to blame, then Limbaugh, then FoxNews, then Americans who disagree with him are all racists, and now of course, Democrats who aren't excited about his massive deficit spending, his socializing the economy, his raising insurance rates, his incompetent handling of the gulf and the economy, and his raising taxes. Yep, Democrats are just lazy, theres no excuse for them not going out and supporting his rank stupidity.

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Biden ... was criticized ... for urging Democrats to “remind our base constituency to stop whining....”

Stop whining? That's the only thing the democrats are any good at doing.

RR

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Blaming Mr. Bush, Mrs. Palin, Mr. Boehner, Tea Partiers, FOX News, the GOP and now democrats. Heh, the desparation is oozing from this administration.

RR

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Feingold is down 11 points in one poll of uber-liberal Wisconsin and yet he is running from Obama, who has planned a rally there to help state Dems.

"He's gone from messiah to pariah."

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Obama is a motivational speaker - that is what he's good at.

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True, Tim, but Feingold is campaigning with Obama's wife, Moochele. Not sure if that was a smart move on his part.

RR

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True, Tim, but Feingold is campaigning with Obama's wife, Moochele. Not sure if that was a smart move on his part.

Not a whole lot Feingold can do. He can't campaign on his record, he can't bring in help from out of state, the President is deeply unpopular everywhere, and is rightly blamed for the current state of the economy. Michelle and the Clintons are about the only Dems they have, in the entire country. And all 3 of them come with their own assorted baggage.

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Maybe it`s because they are fed up and can see right through the lies.

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The TeaParty being the loudest now, Democrats can't be heard and sound desperate. Obama promised a lot of things but couldn't do much or haven't seen much any result yet.

This politic after all. Just base mainly your campaign on what the other hasn't done or failed then fail yourself. As SouthPark rightly put in 2004, it's choosing between a giant-douche or a tu*d sandwich.

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Obama really does see the nation as a bunch of rowdy freshmen just arrived at Progressive University, over which he presides as president who must tirelessly lecture them on their backwardness.

Looks like his own party now joins the rest of us - - on double secret probation!

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“It is inexcusable for any Democrat or progressive right now to stand on the sidelines,” the president declared in a Rolling Stone magazine interview.

Heh, now he's thowing his voting base under the bus. Quite the "motivational speaker" when talking off-telepromter. Obama's become a one-man circular firing squad.

Too funny.

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The seemingly worsening business and job market conditions in the United States concerns Asia immensely-- particularly financial powerhouses of Sydney, Singapore and Tokyo.

Let's hope Prez. OBAMA the very best in tackling the US economy. Amidst the global economic uncertainty, the region--AND THE WORLD-- needs US markets and FDIs :|

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Looks like his own party now joins the rest of us - - on double secret probation!

Great anology, Tim. Perhaps he's telling them not to quit even after the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor.

RR

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When will this administration and Liberals accept accountability for their actions.

Good question, and the answer-- and the same with the Conservative movement-- is when the 'yellows' of the center left come-out of their closets, and leave for good :(

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Let's hope Prez. OBAMA the very best in tackling the US economy

When Obama signed the Spendulous Maximus bill on Feb. 19, 2009, he took ownership of the U.S. economy. The downward spiral that followed is the result of his "tackling the US economy".

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How do you figure Pres. Obama is "blaming" democrats? For what?

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is rightly blamed for the current state of the economy

Good one. Yes, the candidate of "hope and change" who when he got into office continued every single policy of George W. Bush and changed nothing is clearly to blame for everything.

The current state of the economy is the fault of one Richard M. Nixon. In fact, the current state of everything is the fault of Richard Nixon. An economy built on fake money always ends badly. Always has, always will.

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Said DailyKos founder Markos Moulitsas: “They wouldn’t be in this predicament if they delivered on their campaign promises, rather than waste the last two years putting bipartisanship above action.”

If Obama has lost a fruitcake like Moulitsas he may as well pack it in.

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The current state of the economy is the fault of one Richard M. Nixon. In fact, the current state of everything is the fault of Richard Nixon. An economy built on fake money always ends badly. Always has, always will.

Nixon was preceded by a host of others - - you could go back to FDR and to Woodrow Wilson. As much as I dislike the big players involved in the chicanery I also reserve a lot of criticism for your average American (myself included), grown apathetic and distracted, complacent, forgetful of how precious liberty truly is.

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tim: agree. everybody is put asleep...

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 Index hit rock bottom one month and a half after Pres. Obama was inaugurated and are both now up about 25% since. But I guess Pres. Bush gets credit for that.

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What an arrogant pickle

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"Clearly frustrated by Republicans' energy - and his own party's lack of enthusiasm..."

This article must be seriously depressing to Democrat supporters.

"The blind hatred on this thread gave me a headache. I'm going to take a nap."

Sleep tight. Don't let the bedbugs bite!

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Sarge

This article must be seriously depressing to Democrat supporters.

Speaking of which, where are they? Guess the faithful left on JT skipped this particular article...

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Guess the faithful left on JT skipped this particular article...

Heh, it's hard to type when you're crying into your pillow.

RR

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Big Obama rally in Madison, Wisconsin.

I couldn't help noticing that the crowd was like, all white.

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“It is inexcusable for any Democrat or progressive right now to stand on the sidelines,” the president declared in a Rolling Stone magazine interview. He said that supposed supporters who are “sitting on their hands complaining” are irresponsible because the consequences of Republican congressional victories could be dashed Democratic plans.

I think they should continue to complain because all these Democratic Plans are bankrupting this country. He even now is acting suprised that his Obamacare looks like suprise surpise will make health care costs increase. They all and this goes to both parties need to start listing to the will of the people and stop all of this crazy spending.

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Even Jon Stewart is mocking Obama and the dwindling True Believers out there.

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Job Stewart mocks everyone. That's what makes him good at what he does.

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Jon not Job.

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