Fuming Bay State liberals accused President Obama of once again caving to Republican pressure in the high-stakes debt crisis negotiations, and vowed to make him pay come 2012.The problem with his being "a champion of working families" is many of these so-called "working families" are out of work because of Obama. I'm all for people working, but good luck finding employment in this dreadful Obama economy.
“It’s profoundly disappointing,” said Mike Combs of the Progressive Democrats of Massachusetts, who campaigned for Obama in the 2008 election. “I was looking for more of a fighter and a champion of working families. ... I probably will not campaign for him in the next election.”
Combs warned that some of Obama’s biggest supporters are running out of patience. “What’s important in a campaign are the people that get out and knock on doors and call their neighbors,” Combs said. “Those progressives and the activists may well be motivated to put their effort somewhere else or stay home. That could really hurt.”Does this guy think for a second Obama would lose Massachusetts? It could well be one of the few states he winds up winning, but let's get real.
Then we get to the name-calling, which nowadays isn't just the last resort for Democrats. It's just nonstop now.
U.S. Rep. Edward Markey (D-Malden) blasted the “inflexible, ideology-fueled Republican Party and its extreme Tea Party faction” for pushing massive budget cuts.Remember back only a year or so ago when the Tea Party was consigned to the dustbin of history, a supposed nonfactor in politics? Well, the Democrats can't go 10 seconds without freaking out over them and the media is absolutely obsessed with them. Speaking of which, whatever happened to that Coffee Party? They've really become a force these days, huh?