Remember when his main appeal was that he wasn’t Hillary?


Clinton Popularity Prompts Buyer’s Remorse

The most popular national political figure in America today is one who was rejected by her own party three years ago: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Nearly two-thirds of Americans hold a favorable view of her and one-third are suffering a form of buyer’s remorse, saying the U.S. would be better off now if she had become president in 2008 instead of Barack Obama.

The finding in the latest Bloomberg National Poll shows a higher level of wishful thinking about a Hillary Clinton presidency than when a similar question was asked in July 2010. Then, a quarter of Americans held such a view.

“Looking back, I wonder if she would have been a stronger leader, knowing the games and the politics and all that goes on,” said Susan Dunlop, 50, a homemaker in New Port Richey, Florida. “I don’t think she would have bent as much.”

Clinton, 63, a former first lady and U.S. senator from New York, fought with Obama for the Democratic nomination until June 2008, in what was often a combative primary that included her questioning his presidential readiness.

While 34 percent say things would be better under a Clinton administration, almost half — 47 percent — say things would be about the same and 13 percent say worse.

“Some of her appeal is that she is not Barack Obama,” said J. Ann Selzer, president of Des Moines, Iowa-based Selzer & Co., which conducted the Sept. 9-12 poll.

How much you want to bet those 13 percent are hardcore Obots?

Dems slam President Obama for going ‘AWOL’ on mortgage crisis

Leading House Democrats are accusing the Obama administration of ignoring the lingering mortgage crisis and threatening tens-of-millions of Americans with foreclosure in the process.

The lawmakers – encouraged by Obama’s mention of mortgage-relief in his address to Congress last week – were quickly deflated just days later when their efforts to learn the details of the White House plan proved unsuccessful.

“The administration has been AWOL on this issue,” charged Rep. Dennis Cardoza (D-Calif.), “and the American people are suffering because of the mismanagement.”

“In my entire political career, I’ve never seen anything this irresponsible,” he added.

Hey dumbass, remember back in May 2008 when you switched your endorsement from Hillary to Obama?

I do.

So fuck off, and take Obama with you.

(Cardoza is my Congressman)

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12 Responses to Remember when his main appeal was that he wasn’t Hillary?

  1. DeniseVB says:

    often a combative primary that included her questioning his presidential readiness

    She wasn’t the only one ! Had the media only vetted Obama’s accomplishments, er, none…….they may have sung another “historic” tune for the first lady president rather than a blank slate messiah promising unicorns and rainbows.

  2. DandyTiger says:

    Fuck them and the horse they rode in on. I have no sympathy for the asshats that have buyers remorse. I feel sorry for our country that may not survive 16+ years of straight corrupt Republican rule. But those assholes put the empty wall street/banksters puppet in office. The level of stupidity and delusion still boggles the mind.

  3. myiq2xu says:

    Merced Sun-Stroke:

    Dennis Cardoza, who has represented the Northern San Joaquin Valley in Congress for more than eight years, is not denying reports he may retire rather than seek re-election next year.

    His 18th Congressional District is expected to splinter Monday when redistricting commissioners take a final vote on political boundaries redrawn after the 2010 census.

    We have a Democratic legislature and a Democratic governor and Cardoza’s district isn’t safe.

    What’s that tell you?

    • DandyTiger says:

      That’s the mood around here in VA too. The backlash is going to leave a long path of devastation in its wake. The New Dem party elite decided to destroy their own party and the country with it. The ultimate Kennedy legacy. Fuckwads.

      • Dario says:

        The backlash is going to leave a long path of devastation in its wake.

        No matter how vast the devastation, it won’t be big enough for me. I have nothing but contempt for stupid self-inflicted wounds. Choosing a man that I, a know nothing voter could see a mile away, was stupidity. Continuing to support him is even more stupid because now they have the evidence to know better.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I can’t believe our choice for Senator is between Macaca Allen and part time Gov/DNC Chair Tim Kaine. Gonna miss Webb 😦

    • Mimi says:

      I hope he retires. The smallest price these turncoats should pay is that they have to go away and never participate in public discourse again. That should be the absolute minimum price.

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