Wednesday, October 23

Obama favors blame game, not bipartisanship

Given his inability to conjure up electoral victories for Democrats in the last few state races, many political prognosticators say that President Barack Obama will be forced to move "toward the center" if he or his party are to have any chance of maintaining their grip on power. Read more...


President Barack Obama speaks at a town hall-style meeting at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio, on Friday as part of his White House to Main Street Tour. Seizing a chance to reconnect, Obama used his first State of the Union address Wednesday to try to persuade the people of a frustrated nation that he is on their side, aides close to Obama said.

Obama rapidly losing power

Last week, Republican Scott Brown's decisive win in liberal territory (Massachusetts) added another impediment to the would-be political machine that Democrats have been trying to build. Read more...

Photo: President Barack Obama speaks at a town hall-style meeting at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio, on Friday as part of his White House to Main Street Tour. Seizing a chance to reconnect, Obama used his first State of the Union address Wednesday to try to persuade the people of a frustrated nation that he is on their side, aides close to Obama said.

President Barack Obama speaks at a town hall-style meeting at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio, on Friday as part of his White House to Main Street Tour. Seizing a chance to reconnect, Obama used his first State of the Union address Wednesday to try to persuade the people of a frustrated nation that he is on their side, aides close to Obama said.

Obama believers losing faith

With his mix of inexperience and political "smarts," candidate Barack Obama challenged Americans to do something that has become increasingly taboo in our secular world: have faith (in him, that is). Read more...







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