Dems Alarmed at Voter Anger at Obama in Dem Strongholds

Discussion in 'Politics' started by bone, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. bone

    bone ET Sponsor

    "... the race has become something far more unsettling to Democrats: a referendum on the president and his party that is highlighting the surprisingly raw emotions of the electorate.

    National Democrats, alarmed by a poll that showed the contest far closer than anticipated, are privately fretting that even a close outcome in a working-class swath of Brooklyn and Queens may foreshadow broader troubles for the party in 2012. "

    "The Siena College poll, conducted early this month, showed Mr. Weprin with an advantage of 6 percentage points, within the margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 points.

    Few predict a Republican upset: registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by three to one in the district. But it is not uniformly liberal — many Orthodox Jews live there, for example — and even those closest to Mr. Weprin grudgingly describe the contest as uncomfortably competitive."
  2. pspr


    Weprin's prostitutes need to come forward and cement his characterization as a true Democrat.
  3. Larson

    Larson Guest

    BO is a product of the Keynesian-Great Society, which is rapidly approaching relic, non-functioning status. The time might be nigh to change horses in the middle of the stream. Wrong man at the wrong time.
  4. Things aren't looking good for the slayer of bin laden.
  5. Its not to late for a democratic primary challenger but time is running out :(
  6. No surprise here. Turns out, Obama is Bush with a darker complexion.
  7. bone

    bone ET Sponsor