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September 2, 2010

Recently, I asserted Obama’s Presidential campaign must have been the most disingenuous in American History. A Democratic operative for Carter, Gary Hart, and George McGovern is now backing me up.

“President Obama’s undoing may be his disingenuousness,” Caddell says. After campaigning for post-partisanship, Obama, he observes, has lurched without pause to the left. “You can’t get this far from what you promised,”

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/245438/caddell-midterm-elections-robert-costa?page=1

Even Time Magazine is catching on:

But while these explanations may be valid, they are also incomplete. A sense of disappointment, bordering on betrayal, has been growing across the country, especially in moderate states like Indiana, where people now openly say they didn’t quite understand the President they voted for in 2008. The fear most often expressed is that Obama is taking the country somewhere they don’t want to go. “We bought what he said. He offered a lot of hope,” says Fred Ferlic, an Obama voter and orthopedic surgeon in South Bend who has since soured on his choice. Ferlic talks about the messy compromises in health care reform, his sense of an inhospitable business climate and the growth of government spending under Obama. “He’s trying to Europeanize us, and the Europeans are going the other way,” continues Ferlic, a former Democratic campaign donor who plans to vote Republican this year. “The entire American spirit is being broken.”

http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/08599201562900;_ylt=AkBVsZj0NrS8Gc_TY4B4kM.s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTNrNTg0Y3RmBGFzc2V0A3RpbWUvMjAxMDA5MDIvMDg1OTkyMDE1NjI5MDAEY2NvZGUDbW9zdHBvcHVsYXIEY3BvcwM1BHBvcwMyBHB0A2hvbWVfY29rZQRzZWMDeW5faGVhZGxpbmVfbGlzdARzbGsDaG93YmFyYWNrb2Jh

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