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Dems worried about saving their political careers are dumping Obama like bad Stock! Every single Dem that voted for Obamacare that is up for re-election should be replaced!!!

 

 

Democrats start to distance themselves from Obama

WASHINGTON — A month after emerging from a government shutdown at the top of their game, many Democrats in Congress newly worried about the party's re-election prospects are for the first time distancing themselves from President Obama after the disastrous rollout of his health care overhaul.

At issue, several Obama allies said, is a loss of trust in the president after only 106,000 people — instead of an anticipated half million — were able to buy insurance coverage the first month of the new "Obamacare" websites. In addition, some 4.2 million Americans received notices from insurers that policies Obama had promised they could keep were being canceled.

"Folks are now, I think in talking to members, more cautious with regard to dealing with the president," said Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, the senior Democrat on the House Oversight Committee and one of the first leaders in his state to endorse Obama's presidential candidacy six year ago.

 

Cummings, the White House's biggest defender in a Republican-controlled committee whose agenda is waging war against the administration over the attack in Benghazi, the IRS scandal, a gun-tracking operation and now health care, said he still thinks Obama is operating with integrity. But he noted that not all his Democratic colleagues agree.

"They want to make sure that everything possible is being done to, number one, be transparent, (two) fix this website situation and, three, to restore trust," Cummings said.

Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo., like Cummings a prominent member of the Congressional Black Caucus who personally likes Obama, struggled to describe the state of play between congressional Democrats and the president.

"I am trying to think if you can call it a relationship at this point," he said.

Clay said the administration is now obligated to "fix it, fix all of it" after Obama apologized this month for both the insurance website problems and his earlier promises that people could keep their old policies. Otherwise, he said, "a wide brush will be used to paint us all as incompetent and ineffective."

Obama is now allowing insurance companies to reissue their canceled policies for another year. But "Obamacare's" problems have left Democrats vulnerable to an orchestrated assault by Republicans who six weeks ago were on the losing end of the government shutdown.

The political body language tells the story of the strain. Thirty-nine House Democrats in Obama's party defied the president's veto threat and voted for a GOP-sponsored bill to permit the sale of individual health coverage that falls short of requirements in the law.

"I think people want to have a little more transparency going forward with whoever is implementing the website and other elements," said Jeff Link, senior adviser to Iowa Rep. Bruce Braley, who is running for Senate and voted for both the original health care law and the GOP-sponsored House bill this month. "If demanding that kind of transparency means lack of trust," he added delicately, "then I think people probably would like to have had more transparency."

Across the Capitol, several swing-state Senate Democrats have signed onto legislation to further weaken the health care law. Sponsored by Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu, who's facing a tough re-election challenge, the bill would require insurance companies to permanently continue selling policies that the law deems substandard. Landrieu herself skipped an event with Obama earlier this month when he appeared at the Port of New Orleans. She said she had a long-standing engagement elsewhere in the state, which Obama lost last year by 17 percentage points.

Repairing the relationship between Obama and his allies may be as complex as fixing the website and health care law. Much rests on rebuilding trust with the public, a solid majority of which now opposes "Obamacare," according to multiple polls. Both parties will be watching on Saturday to see whether the vast majority of those who try to sign up for policies on the website will succeed, as Obama has promised. Democrats have urged the administration to quit setting "red lines" like the Nov. 30 deadline, that carry the risk of being broken.

Nearly a year from the midterm elections, Republicans in both chambers are launching a drive to link virtually every congressional Democrat to Obamacare. In the House, the effort, based around dozens of votes to repeal the law, is about denying Democrats the 17-seat gain they would need to win back the majority. In the Senate, it's about gaining the six seats Republicans need to take control of that chamber.

 

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Dems latest talking point is everything will be hunky dory by November. Wasserman-Schultz will be saying that soon. Schumer says the dems are going to run on oblameocare. Pelosi's depends wadded the other day when someone called the bill obamacare. She wants people to call the monstrosity ACA. Affordable. hahahaha. Wait until companies start dumping people into the system. Dems are going to run on that? hahaha. All GOP candidates in the coming election debates have to do is ask just a few questions. Did you read the bill? Some dems have already admitted they did not read the bill. If the the answer is yes, why did you vote for it? If the answer is no, why did you vote for a bill without reading it? Everything that is happening was predicted by many entities and people. Did you listen to the predictions of the faults of the bill? If yes, why did you vote for it? If no, why didn't you take these predictions into account? Oblameocare is owned by the dems. They wanted it, they voted for it, they should run on it. Oblameo's promises were outright lies and it has been proven that he knew they were lies. It will come out that some senators and congressmen knew Oblameo was lying. They will have to defend that too. Oblameocare is the issue. GOP should pound on it.

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Dems worried about saving their political careers are dumping Obama like bad Stock! Every single Dem that voted for Obamacare that is up for re-election should be replaced!!!

 

 

Democrats start to distance themselves from Obama

WASHINGTON — A month after emerging from a government shutdown at the top of their game, many Democrats in Congress newly worried about the party's re-election prospects are for the first time distancing themselves from President Obama after the disastrous rollout of his health care overhaul.

At issue, several Obama allies said, is a loss of trust in the president after only 106,000 people — instead of an anticipated half million — were able to buy insurance coverage the first month of the new "Obamacare" websites. In addition, some 4.2 million Americans received notices from insurers that policies Obama had promised they could keep were being canceled.

"Folks are now, I think in talking to members, more cautious with regard to dealing with the president," said Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, the senior Democrat on the House Oversight Committee and one of the first leaders in his state to endorse Obama's presidential candidacy six year ago.

 

Cummings, the White House's biggest defender in a Republican-controlled committee whose agenda is waging war against the administration over the attack in Benghazi, the IRS scandal, a gun-tracking operation and now health care, said he still thinks Obama is operating with integrity. But he noted that not all his Democratic colleagues agree.

"They want to make sure that everything possible is being done to, number one, be transparent, (two) fix this website situation and, three, to restore trust," Cummings said.

Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo., like Cummings a prominent member of the Congressional Black Caucus who personally likes Obama, struggled to describe the state of play between congressional Democrats and the president.

"I am trying to think if you can call it a relationship at this point," he said.

Clay said the administration is now obligated to "fix it, fix all of it" after Obama apologized this month for both the insurance website problems and his earlier promises that people could keep their old policies. Otherwise, he said, "a wide brush will be used to paint us all as incompetent and ineffective."

Obama is now allowing insurance companies to reissue their canceled policies for another year. But "Obamacare's" problems have left Democrats vulnerable to an orchestrated assault by Republicans who six weeks ago were on the losing end of the government shutdown.

The political body language tells the story of the strain. Thirty-nine House Democrats in Obama's party defied the president's veto threat and voted for a GOP-sponsored bill to permit the sale of individual health coverage that falls short of requirements in the law.

"I think people want to have a little more transparency going forward with whoever is implementing the website and other elements," said Jeff Link, senior adviser to Iowa Rep. Bruce Braley, who is running for Senate and voted for both the original health care law and the GOP-sponsored House bill this month. "If demanding that kind of transparency means lack of trust," he added delicately, "then I think people probably would like to have had more transparency."

Across the Capitol, several swing-state Senate Democrats have signed onto legislation to further weaken the health care law. Sponsored by Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu, who's facing a tough re-election challenge, the bill would require insurance companies to permanently continue selling policies that the law deems substandard. Landrieu herself skipped an event with Obama earlier this month when he appeared at the Port of New Orleans. She said she had a long-standing engagement elsewhere in the state, which Obama lost last year by 17 percentage points.

Repairing the relationship between Obama and his allies may be as complex as fixing the website and health care law. Much rests on rebuilding trust with the public, a solid majority of which now opposes "Obamacare," according to multiple polls. Both parties will be watching on Saturday to see whether the vast majority of those who try to sign up for policies on the website will succeed, as Obama has promised. Democrats have urged the administration to quit setting "red lines" like the Nov. 30 deadline, that carry the risk of being broken.

Nearly a year from the midterm elections, Republicans in both chambers are launching a drive to link virtually every congressional Democrat to Obamacare. In the House, the effort, based around dozens of votes to repeal the law, is about denying Democrats the 17-seat gain they would need to win back the majority. In the Senate, it's about gaining the six seats Republicans need to take control of that chamber.

 

http://washingtonexaminer.com/democrats-start-to-distance-themselves-from-obama/article/2539950

 

 

 

This is classic election year politics. You're actually buying into this and believe it??? Wow.

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Tell it to the Dems..., Some actually see the impending slaughter of their party.

 

Why are you buying into party hack of one over the other??? They're BOTH equally guilty which they've rather proven over the past five years. One simply has a stronger spin machine is all but both are designed to keep everyone fighting against each other so no one really questions why the politicians really don't get anything done. Lobbyists pay them not to so the whole thing is one big shame.

 

Come one now.

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This is classic election year politics. You're actually buying into this and believe it??? Wow.

The checks and balance of the three branches of government got weak.

The voters help the system accomplish that balance by riding the pendulum the other way. What is so hard to believe about that? Happens regularly throughout the nation's history. A good thing.

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The checks and balance of the three branches of government got weak.

The voters help the system accomplish that balance by riding the pendulum the other way. What is so hard to believe about that? Happens regularly throughout the nation's history. A good thing.

 

So you don't consider the media might be used like this to influence people to "ride the pendulum" in either direction for other's benefits?

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So you don't consider the media might be used like this to influence people to "ride the pendulum" in either direction for other's benefits?

You liber's don't get it.. this shit is ending! America is returning to the constitution one way or another. The day of the progressive globalist commie one world government lovers is over. Dems and Repub Rino's are gone. Live in your I got this all figured out fantasy world. Obama and the progressive commies want a revolution, their going to get one MF r's

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So you don't consider the media might be used like this to influence people to "ride the pendulum" in either direction for other's benefits?

I'm not saying it isn't. In fact, I assume it is. I'm just saying the ride back and forth (elections) facilitates a check and balance.

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I'm not saying it isn't. In fact, I assume it is. I'm just saying the ride back and forth (elections) facilitates a check and balance.

 

That's how it's supposed to be but the elections have been rigged since "they" got away with the 2000 steal. All the evidence anyone needs to see how the media is playing everyone is in the very post above your last one. Both sides' extremists are so locked into rigid thought they swear they have all the answers when in truth all their bickering keeps the power elite in power because they're preoccupied with all the fighting to see what's really going one around them. What makes it even worse is how they quote their favorite political programs and on air personalities verbatim to support their positions. Perfect example of the old divide and conquor technique that's working very well for the power elite because the extremists are promoting their false causes for them. Very smooth and well executed strategy.

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Wonder if this will hurt Obama getting elected again. Lol

Dems now agree with Conservatives on ObamaCare.

 

At least the ones running for reelection in November.

 

I wonder why cult-skeptic isn't criticizing these Dems?

 

Lack of principles...that's why!

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Let me guess, you predicted a Romney landslide.

Let me guess... you live in a trailer with your 'life partner', and aren't permitted to be within 1000 feet of a school because of some 'misunderstandings' involving little boys.

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Wonder if it will leave Obama sitting in the oval office twiddling his thumbs the rest of his term....Can you say LAME DUCK! lol

 

Obama is doing exactly what wall street and their lobbyists have been paying him to do since he was first elected which is exactly what congress is doing as well. The new bipartisan budget stops EPA and Health from enacting and enforcing new regulations on corporate america so that's proof enough for anyone that it's both sides and not just one or the other.

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Obama is doing exactly what wall street and their lobbyists have been paying him to do since he was first elected which is exactly what congress is doing as well. The new bipartisan budget stops EPA and Health from enacting and enforcing new regulations on corporate america so that's proof enough for anyone that it's both sides and not just one or the other.

I agree..The progressives need to stay beat down losers that they are and vote them in the Republican rino's.

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