Baggin the blame game

This is a Mad quote:
"Can I speak freely about the liberal whiners?" asks a well-connected Democratic strategist. "These are the same people who have never participated in, much less won, a campaign, who have no idea what it takes to maintain a majority and keep a speaker of our party, who want Obama to kowtow to the loony Left, and then they're going to be the ones who say, 'What happened?' in November 2010, when we lose the House and possibly the Senate and maybe a lot of governorships."


By all means, speak freely! However, I don't think anyone that's reading this blog is going to be saying "what happened" in November 2010, if things don't change between now and the election. And though I've been on plenty of winning campaign teams, it's not rocket science to be able to see what's been happening the past 10 months.


A progressive agenda has not been happening. Now, maybe its just getting started and all, we'll see. I sorta doubt it...


The problem for Obama, and for Reid and Pelosi, is that there is no one solution to the problem. Some of the unhappy Democrats are unhappy because they believe their leaders are moving too far to the center, while others are unhappy because they believe their leaders are moving too far to the Left.
Are there really Democrats out there saying Obama has moved to far to the Left?  

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