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Associated Press: 'Productive' Democrats Gets 'No Respect From Voters'

Whine-fest over at AP (and MSNBC)

AP- "The public panned it. Republicans obstructed it. Many Democrats fled from it. Even so, the session of Congress now drawing to a close was the most productive in nearly half a century.

Not since the explosive years of the civil rights movement and the hard-fought debut of government-supported health care for the elderly and poor have so many big things — love them or hate them — been done so quickly."

The liberal Associated Press does have a point. Congress rammed Obamacare through just as fast as possible. They forced through the stimulus before they could even read the bill. It's ridiculous propaganda to compare this to the civil rights era, but truly they have been productive.

In their comparison AP pretends Democrats lost big in the 1966 election because of civil rights legislation they had passed. Not true, and how is this election similar to the civil rights era?

AP quotes Obama supporter Norman Ornstein who claims Republicans obstruct Democrats' hopeful message. He supported Obamacare and the stimulus in a Washington Post article and called Obama "mainstream, pragmatic moderate." His maturity is proven by his last line: "Does Newt Gingrich, a PhD in history, really believe that [expletive]?"

Among Obama's great accomplishments, AP lists: "Making attacks based on sexual orientation a federal hate crime" and "Increasing federal regulation of tobacco products."AP asks, "So where's the love?" Uh those are negative things! And the rest of the list is very very debatable.

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