Friday, July 22, 2011

Another Socialist for Hillary?

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I have said on a number of occasions, that the bloom is off the hibiscus with this President. One more voice from the far Left who thinks it would be a good idea for Obama to face a primary opponent (or opponents). Bernie Sanders, Socialist Independent-VT:

I think there are millions of Americans who are deeply disappointed in the president, who believe that with regard to Social Security and other things, he said one thing as a candidate and is doing something very much else as a president. Who cannot believe how weak he has been for whatever reason in negotiating with Republicans, and there’s deep disappointment. So my suggestion is, I think one of the reasons the president has made the move so far to the right is that there is no primary opposition to him and I think it would do this country a good deal of service if people started thinking about candidates out there to begin contrasting a progressive agenda as opposed to what Obama believes he’s doing. [...] So I would say to Ryan, discouragement is not an option. I think it would be a good idea if President Obama faced some primary opposition.

So, the far Left thinks Obama is too conservative. The conservatives know him to be too far Left and the Moderates are deserting him in droves.

Might this be the time for a Democrat woman for President???

H/T Memeorandum

Cross posted at LCR, Say Anything.

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  1. American Thinker had a good hypothesis related to this topic recently. The idea is that leftoids are starting to abandon Obama now because his policies are obviously failing, but they want to blame Obama for the failure, not the Marxist ideology at the heart of those policies.

  2. The far Left is in denial. If they throw Obama under the bus, it's just Karma writ large!


  4. "I think one of the reasons the president has made the move so far to the right..."

    Excuse me - am I missing something here?

  5. Otis: The far Left Wing extremists see a different "reality" than you and I. And it's not a new phenomenon. The far Left wing magazine, The Nation, constantly complained that Bill Clinton was far too "conservative" as well.


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