It's not valid to take that and then vote against your own policies because you are pissed off.
Haven't you been paying attention? That's precisely the point. Either way, we are voting against our own policies. I'm not voting for either one of them. The Republican Party worked from the right and from the left to knock out the one candidate they don't control. It was very slick. You all fell for it. We're asking you to see through it before it's too late.
If you want to call squeaking by and "overwelming majority," feel free. But perhaps you'd like to consult the facts. He's post peak and has been losing ground since late Feb. He should be 15 points ahead right now, but he's 3.
I do (imagine we could make Hillary the nominee now). Given Obama's backpedaling, that he has been declining since March, that his big money went back home to the Republican party, I think a very strong case can be made that he is not the Obama you folks knew. And if Hillary is willing to salvage this wreck of a party, we will welcome you back with open arms. I for one will not treat you the way many have treated us.
The alternative scenario is if Obama wins in the fall, you will be blamed for wrecking the country. If Obama loses in the fall, you will be blamed for not listening to us in the first place.
And how dare you question anyone's Democratic credentials. I've been voting for Democrats longer than many of you have been alive. We've seen this movie before and it doesn't have a happy ending.