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Buyer’s Remorse: It’s what’s for Dinner in Oregon

From Newsmax.com

“With a respectable, someone who is a little bit toward the middle-of-the-road, Republican nominee, he’s going to have a very tough time getting re-elected,” said DeFazio, a founding member of the House Progressive Caucus.

He sees Obama as no sure bet in Oregon, which the president won with almost 57 percent of the vote in 2008. “I’ve just done six town hall meetings,” DeFazio said. “People are shaking their head and saying ‘I don’t know if I’d vote for him again.’ I believe Oregon is very much in play.” (emphasis mine!)

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nessa
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  1. There are going to be a lot of states in play, Ness. People are scared and all this President does is make excuses.

    Whoever our nominee needs to hammer leadership daily and have an endless numbers of examples of Obama betraying the Truman tradition that ‘the buck stops here’. For Obama, the buck stops everywhere but here.

  2. Taking the “someone who is a little bit toward the middle-of-the-road” part under advisement (we are n-o-t going to let them pick our candidate) still it is heartwarming for him to give the people of Oregon hope that they may be able to save the country from Obamination next year.

  3. I hope their buyers remorse includes a good dose of unemployment. There are a lot of people paying for their Pie-in-the-Sky stupidity. It sounds hateful of me to say it, but I would like for them to feel a bit of the pain, not just feel a bit of remorse for the rest of us.

    • The general civility of the mass of the American public amazes me. In most countries for the manipulations played on the middle classes’ 401Ks, stocks, jobs and salaries the last three years, people would be hitting the streets and I don’t mean for a holiday parade. If the middle class has gutted up and taken all it’s taken thus far, they probably wont be the first to hit the streets – the communities in the inner city suffering 16-35% real unemployment will, summer 2012 some are predicting.

  1. There are going to be a lot of states in play, Ness. People are scared and all this President does is make excuses.

    Whoever our nominee needs to hammer leadership daily and have an endless numbers of examples of Obama betraying the Truman tradition that ‘the buck stops here’. For Obama, the buck stops everywhere but here.

  2. Taking the “someone who is a little bit toward the middle-of-the-road” part under advisement (we are n-o-t going to let them pick our candidate) still it is heartwarming for him to give the people of Oregon hope that they may be able to save the country from Obamination next year.

  3. I hope their buyers remorse includes a good dose of unemployment. There are a lot of people paying for their Pie-in-the-Sky stupidity. It sounds hateful of me to say it, but I would like for them to feel a bit of the pain, not just feel a bit of remorse for the rest of us.

    • The general civility of the mass of the American public amazes me. In most countries for the manipulations played on the middle classes’ 401Ks, stocks, jobs and salaries the last three years, people would be hitting the streets and I don’t mean for a holiday parade. If the middle class has gutted up and taken all it’s taken thus far, they probably wont be the first to hit the streets – the communities in the inner city suffering 16-35% real unemployment will, summer 2012 some are predicting.

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