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originally posted by: Czulkangi just cant beleave that he was voted in again even after he was caught ling right to our faces about a number of things, just blows my effin mind.
originally posted by: Battleline
a reply to: butcherguy
Having an eye for the obvious is not hard, you should try it...unless of course your eyes are closed.
originally posted by: Czulkang
Just like every other scandal, either this prez is lying(which i think is likely), or his staff doesnt tell him a dam thning that would get him into a bad mood. whenever a scandal or some major/minor issue comes about that the prez doent like his admin delays, covers up, or out right lies, its chicago politics at its worst on a national lvev, my mother grew up in chicago and warned me about this befroe he was elected, i just cant beleave that he was voted in again even after he was caught ling right to our faces about a number of things, just blows my effin mind.
originally posted by: FarleyWayne
originally posted by: SloAnPainful
How could anyone still support this clown and his circus show?
Obama Group OFA Scales Back Staffing, Fundraising
WASHINGTON (AP) — Organizing for Action, the advocacy group supporting President Barack Obama's agenda, is scaling back its fundraising efforts and cutting its paid staff in half as focus shifts to the approaching midterm elections, three Democratic officials said.
As of May 31, OFA will no longer solicit high-dollar contributions, according to an email obtained by The Associated Press. Kathy Gasperine, the group's development director and a former Obama fundraiser, told top contributors it would "not be giving significant priority to seeking out new major donors."
At the same time, the group's workforce has shrunk in recent months from a high of more than 200 to just over 100 paid employees, according to a Democrat familiar with the group's workings.
OBSERVATION: Progressive ... Deflation ???
Tuesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe,"
Politico editor in chief John Harris said Democrats are becoming frustrated with President Barack Obama's lack of engagement and a coherent message they can run on in the 2014 midterm election.
Harris added Obama's minimum wage increase campaign is not polling well with suburban voters...
I don't believe for a second that he "didn't know" about the waiting lists