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    I feel a lot of democrats want nothing to do with Obama as they get out and try to fool the people into voting for them again. If I were a Dem fighting for my job, I would not want Obama anywhere near my rally. They have to distance themselves if they are going to have any chance. Unless things greatly change over the next seven months. IMO.

     
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    "When is the last time a sitting President openly offered NOT to appear with vulnerable party candidates in an open address?"

    Bush did it.

    (Hey, just used the same three words used by liberals  to excuse Obama's many failures for the past 5 years...)

     
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    I feel a lot of democrats want nothing to do with Obama as they get out and try to fool the people into voting for them again. If I were a Dem fighting for my job, I would not want Obama anywhere near my rally. They have to distance themselves if they are going to have any chance. Unless things greatly change over the next seven months. IMO.

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    newman,

    Though I do not agree with your phrase " ...fool them into voting for them again..." I threw up the thread because we are only in March and Obama has come right out and said stay away from me if you need to. I have no problem with that. I found that a little surprising this early.

    Of course IMO he is a pragmatic man and this is what his pramitism tells him...versus his pride. So I basically agree with you.

    Btw, you would not want all Democrats defeated would you? Imagine a HoR 100% GOP as well as a Senate controlled by the GOP. Some of us would be jumping off the highest roofs we could find. ;)

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    No, I would not want all democrats defeated, just the ones that deserve to be. There are some good dems out there. 

    Agree, for him to come out and say "stay away from me if you need to" is so telling. Just over a year ago Obama was celebrating his second inauguration party and all was well. Now democrat strategist and campaign managers feel distancing themselves from Obamas failed policies will give their representatives the best chance to victory. What a turn around!

     

     

     
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    The points about turnout and state-level races should be well-heeded, IMO.  The GOP gained a lot of ground by stacking many statehouses for the Rs.

     
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    Wondering if the lib's around here think this is a good strategy? Distancing themselves...

     
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    Wondering if the lib's around here think this is a good strategy? Distancing themselves...

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    I don't think its a good strategy at all.  Their opponents aren't going to avoid linking them with Obama whether they distance themselves or not.

    Are republican candidates going to distance themselves from the GOP led Congress?

     

     
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    Wondering if the lib's around here think this is a good strategy? Distancing themselves...

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    I don't think its a good strategy at all.  Their opponents aren't going to avoid linking them with Obama whether they distance themselves or not.

    Are republican candidates going to distance themselves from the GOP led Congress?

     

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    So, this is what you would advise client? Embrase it. Sounds like a winnner...

     
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    Wondering if the lib's around here think this is a good strategy? Distancing themselves...

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    I don't think its a good strategy at all.  Their opponents aren't going to avoid linking them with Obama whether they distance themselves or not.

    Are republican candidates going to distance themselves from the GOP led Congress?

     

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    So, this is what you would advise client? Embrase it. Sounds like a winnner...

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    Sure.  Why not?  He hasn't started any wars, wants to raise the minimum wage, and bringing our healthcare system into this century.

    Beats the GOP platform:  Screaming Benghazi, IRS, and ObamaCare over and over.

     
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    Wondering if the lib's around here think this is a good strategy? Distancing themselves...

     




    I don't think its a good strategy at all.  Their opponents aren't going to avoid linking them with Obama whether they distance themselves or not.

     

    Are republican candidates going to distance themselves from the GOP led Congress?

     



    So, this is what you would advise client? Embrase it. Sounds like a winnner...

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    Sure.  Why not?  He hasn't started any wars, wants to raise the minimum wage, and bringing our healthcare system into this century.

    Beats the GOP platform:  Screaming Benghazi, IRS, and ObamaCare over and over.

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    Well he hasn't started any wars yet, I'll give you that one. But the whole healthcare thing? Is exactly the reason they are retreating form Obama, and prefer that he not stand next to them on stage. Too many camara's around.

     
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