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Had affected the elephant they say -- that first of all your reaction to governor Rendell is common.
Well I I think therein is Monica and your guests are saying -- -- it's a long string here from Cory -- Bill Clinton whose every other day and now and Ed Rendell who's been very top.
And yes oral Clinton supporters the point is I think there's a sense in the Democratic Party that the president -- they're they're supporting him.
There's a belief that he is you know what you're guys are on -- -- he proved that in Wisconsin.
He said I'm very important message -- the democratic people running candidates running for congress and senate which is you're all in your own.
And I think part of the push back you're seeing from people like Ed Rendell governor Rendell is a feeling that he is moving the party so far left.
And our interest groups -- being pushed so far left.
That what's happening is.
We're not speaking for the party we should be which is a more centrist in a more successful party and that's what this is about that is not good for the White House.
And -- exactly right the White House coming down and pounding the living daylights out of anyone opposes them.
Is it has a whiff of panic to it.
So pat what you say that may be this is not necessarily public criticism but tough love from people within the party.
Who -- saying President Obama you're making a huge mistake well understand Charles the Democratic Party had suffered great.
-- in the eighties by being viewed as being anti.
You know anti.
Free enterprise and being viewed as too far left.
And Bill Clinton help bring that he in the Democratic Leadership Conference help bring that party back to a more senator.
Position and became more successful these are Democrats who are very worried about the rhetoric and particularly the class warfare rhetoric.
They don't think it's gonna work and they think it's gonna hurt the party.
Well it's been gone -- for three and a half years and that brings us to the next topic -- were awaiting this news conference on the economy for president Obama's gonna happen about ten minutes.
But what's even -- on all week last Friday the jobs number came out it was a disappointing number that particular day -- six point -- and he's had a bunch since then.
Well I think that this is the point the president by the way he's not having fundraisers ordinary people I love the fact that what he gets up and attacks.
You know private equity and then goes and -- -- of what worries are back I don't let.
This is AP let me just tell you something the president's key argument is -- for the middle class -- for you.
If the Republicans were Smart which of course they're not.
The you know as these the into excesses of the -- party being the stupid party.
You know that -- -- there effort is they would highlight the hypocrisy of office.
That a president who spends all -- the side with people and I mean all of his time more than any other president.
-- 38000 dollars a plate and let me tell you -- not in -- room.
Middle class Americans people are losing their jobs he's with celebrity's.
He is with.
He is legal.
Is acting like he wants to be a celebrity president rather than any president this latest thing he -- and Hollywood with -- young people -- a big meeting with young start.
That's where he seems comfortable what he does seem comfortable.
Being -- it is ordinary particularly lower income or middle class and middle class Democrats who are really suffering in this economy.
You're absolutely right that Ginnie I guess in the word would be elitist by the way when -- that's a Republican tonight -- are not being Smart Monica gave you smile but when you talked about the abrupt departure gauges Merck.
I thought -- we appreciate it.
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