Democrats Still Plan to Blame Republicans and George W. Bush in 2010 Midterm Elections


Have Democrats ever heard that the buck stops here? Guess not.

Talk about your tired Democrat play book  … the Democrat Party, according to Talking Points Memo plans to call the Republicans the party of GWB and continue the blame Bush game, “2010 Campaign Preview: Democrats to Say GOP Still Party Of Bush.”

As pointed out by National Review, the blame GWB strategy worked so well for Democrats and Corize in NJ and Deeds in Virginia. In states carried handily by Obama in 2008, Democrats lost badly by nearly 20 points in VA and in the solid Blue state of New Jersey.

This strategy will go over as well as Obama’s policies have since he has become President. There is a reason why Obama’s and Democrat poll numbers have sunk. One year into the Obama Presidency and it is no longer about GWB.   Certainly by 2010 no one wants to hear the blame game.

Is it an wonder why there has been such a reversal of fortunes for Republicans since the 2008 elections? Republicans now lead Democrats is the Congressional generic poll 44% to 37%.

No matter how the Democrats want to spin this, the 2010 midterms are going to be a referendum on Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. We the People will take care of matters in 2010 and create some real CHANGE the likes that has not been seen in years.

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  • Comments

    11 Responses to “Democrats Still Plan to Blame Republicans and George W. Bush in 2010 Midterm Elections”

    1. Michelle Smith on December 18th, 2009 1:40 pm

      Blame, blame, blame. That’s all they know how to do. Will not ever take responsibility for their own actions.

    2. Scott on December 18th, 2009 2:11 pm

      The Democrats and the puke liberals KNOW they are DEEP DEEP trouble if they are going to use the tired and worn out playbook of blaming GWB.

      Americans do not want to hear that crap anymore!

      It will not work this time! Mark it down! If they use this tactic they will get slaughtered even more.

    3. super dave on December 18th, 2009 2:16 pm

      the democrats have two modes. blame someone else for their ignorance and complete embarrasment to our country and to bring out the race card when in a losing position.
      Bush is no longer president. obama is now the one to blame. he promised to walk on water and show miracles. now he is just another president with the worst rating in history.
      it is fun to watch the democrats feed on each other when they aren’t smart enough to pour piss out of a boot.

    4. Once a Dem on December 18th, 2009 2:30 pm

      How low has this party sunk?

      Democrats and Obama used to say that GWB squandered the opportunity with the World after 9-11. Hell, in less that a year Obama has squandered all of his so-called Hope & Change.

      There is no reason to vote for Democrats. A vote for a Dem no matter who they are is a vote for Pelosi and Reid and Obama.

    5. Clay Barham on December 18th, 2009 4:00 pm

      Every family should have a “go to” person who can give answers to political and issue concerns, as suggested by Rush Limbaugh. Learning how means starting at the roots, the beginnings and differences between two sides of the same coin, which is all there is. One side is long established, where the few rule the many, irrespective of their labels. The other side is the newest, that of individual freedom and limited government. Why do many follow each side, and why the conflict between them? What side do current issues come from, such as health care, cap and trade as well as amnesty for illegal immigrants? What side of the coin most impacts the lives of your family, to whom you provide the answers? Call up for the roots of both sides and improve your understanding of the issues so you have the answers.

    6. Penni on December 19th, 2009 12:21 am

      Did you say the Democrats plan to use President Bush as a scape goat. I know you didn’t mean the Democrats. What you meant to say was, “The Goodbye Boys still plan to blame President Bush for Obamas’ failures.” LOL

    7. Sarah on December 19th, 2009 9:32 am

      Where on earth are we getting this $154 billion from? Is it just me? I’m trying to teach this stuff to my kids – (great resource: and as they say… “from the mouths of babes…”

    8. TheOldWorld on December 19th, 2009 2:26 pm

      #1: You read some of the stuff around here?

      We’ll be talking about and blaming Bush for decades to come.

      He’ll be the one commander in all of history stupid enough to intentionally lead a 2 front war on 2 completely seperate battlefields.
      Just for an example.
      SM: No, we will actually be undoing Obama’s socialism for decades and our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren will be paying it for centuries to come.

      Democrats will be thrown out on their asses and will not see leadership for decades to come.

      They got their one chance in power and they ruined this country. They tried to ram every thing thru they could knowing they would be tossed out but would inflict as much damage as possible.

      Hopefully, it can be undone.


    9. super dave on December 19th, 2009 3:20 pm

      #8: get an education. afghanistan now belongs to your kenyan boy. bush is no longer responsible for anything sinced january 20th. obama begged and he got what he wanted. a lot of something he couldn’t handle. a foriegner has no knowledge of how to run a presidency of the United States. you and he should go back to kenya and herd your goats.
      hell, i hear even the africans don’t want him back.

    10. Sarah on December 20th, 2009 8:45 am

      That’s just a shame and makes you really wonder if the American people are the priority or if it’s only power and ego that are important.

    11. Michelle Smith on December 21st, 2009 1:10 pm

      One thing is for certain. You cannot blame Bush for this lame health care bill that the majority of Americans do not want. This one is all on Obama.

      Shame, shame, shame on Congress for trying to force bills on the hardworking/taxpaying people of this Country who have voiced their concerns & oppose this health care bill.

      We don’t want it.

      You suck.

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