Democrats try to cushion the blow

The word out of the Democratic Party is top officials have started to urge uneasy liberal bloggers and activists to not lose faith in the hope and change President Barack Obama. This is a clear indication that as election days becomes closer the party is planning for losses in Congress. Since the cup in never half empty the Democrats think they have a motivation problem. The people with a half empty cup, you the ones upset due to high taxes for hack governments or the unemployed ones now better. They thought hope and change would work and they see there is no hope that things can change. Liberals who helped put Obama in the White House are disillusioned over issues from the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the failure to create a government-run insurance option in the health care overhaul. We have said all along if they cannot get on the same page with a majority do they even know what they want. This all stems from the Democratic National Committee at the annual Netroots Nation convention in Las Vegas. They thought they would have a honeymoon but they came out of the gate passing bills at midnight, spending through the ceiling and forcing healthcare down Americas throat. They could have had a honeymoon if any of it worked. They are zero for 18 months, President Obama took the oath of office 18 months ago and everything is pretty much the same. The President is still trying to blame President Bush at what point during your presidency do you own it, 24 month, 36 months, or when it ends in 48 months. When the democrats lose the house and the senate in November then they can blame President Bush because it is his fault, we were fooled by the inexperienced, undecisive, no imagination puppet for a president.

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