Given that the American people have had the quickest case of buyer's remorse from the 2010 election, the contrast is pretty stark and really only helps the Democrats. No one from the Republicans has a plan for jobs or deficit reduction, two top concerns.
You can believe what you wish, and I know you will, but based on polls regarding Obama job approval and approval on how he is handling the economy, the buyer's remorse is from 2008 rather than 2010. You notice they don't talk about pulling the car out of the ditch anymore. Also a significant percentage of independents have stated they will not vote for him again under any circumstances.
It's the "if I repeat something enough, maybe it will come true" syndrome with these liberals.
They keep saying, "The Democrats will win big in 2012" with no evidence whatsoever to back up their statement, in a desperate hope that what they say is true.
True, then after the Republicans win in 2012 they will be ranting why the jobs have not improved two weeks after they take office.
I guess you don't like when the same hysterical antics used on Democrats are flipped and used on Republicans. It was fine when the Republicans obstructed every attempt to improve the economy or help the country, and then cried about whey there wasn't more progress.
Well, the Republicans have had control of the House for 6 months and not one single jobs bill
. Instead they're playing chicken with the debt ceiling.