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This does stand the president's jobs bill well -- is falling.
-- -- house speaker John Boehner today said it is more of the same.
But an increasing number Democrats are all but saying it is just looking insane.
Welcome everybody glad to have -- Neil Cavuto and that is the deal no deal this president is dobbs deal is falling apart as we speak as more and more Democrats.
Do what only months ago would have seemed -- -- -- they are abandoning him.
One by one of more and more not just your aberrant party not I'm talking about Europe -- the party core.
Bob Casey Mary Landrieu.
-- -- Peter Defazio.
-- just the latest way longtime party agitator.
Ralph Nader telling me earlier that it was a bigger way the left wing of the party.
Is the most of set.
-- a liberal progressives.
Remember his promises in 2008.
He's gonna push for raising the minimum wage to nine dollars and fifty cents it's -- 725.
Is never mentioned it since.
Who's gonna get to make it easier for workers to form trade unions so they can organize the way investors and corporate executives are.
He hasn't done that.
He said He was going to.
-- revise NAFTA and was skeptical some of these job.
Do -- trade agreements to Third World countries and he's gone just -- that way.
-- -- -- I was on -- -- -- reference like gonna like anywhere Nader says that liberals also think that the president is simply not spending enough.
Actually just as many bolting Democrats are saying it's because.
That's -- here -- there here's where we stand right now today are Republicans -- into a house seat Democrats once all but own.
The president's approval rating now all but not an exasperated CEOs all over the country --
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