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“Many presidents fall in public esteem by mid-term, but with Obama, the change is more fundamental. What put him in office certainly wasn’t experience, nor was it any explication of the agenda that, now revealed, has frightened off one in four of his voters. Rather, it was that he was the great center hope, a man to unite factions and span fissures. That’s gone, say polls. The center no longer hopes in him, and so when he appears in a state where his party’s senatorial and gubernatorial candidates are in deep trouble, he can appear only before a crowd heavy on AFSCME and SEIU.”

– Patrick McIlheran, columnist for the  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel



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