DNC Chairman Says Support Will Be Withheld From Democrats Who Break Away From Obama Policies

Joe Schoffstall | September 8, 2010
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Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine appeared on Wolf Blitzer's 'The Situation Room' and talked of the 2010 midterm elections and where support will be thrown in regards to those within the Democratic party. Not surprisingly, those whose rhetoric breaks away from what the party has done will not receive as much support from the DNC. “You won’t be surprised, Wolf, to know that I tend to be a little more helpful to those who are enthusiastically telling about the good things the party has done", he said.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but Mr. Kaine is essentially saying those who break with Obama and Pelosi won't be given as much help as those who line up in support behind the Democratic agenda. It doesn't matter that Obama's numbers are tanking, liberal policies that passed are highly unpopular, corruption is rampant in how those policies were passed, and people are fed up-- support will be withheld from those who dare step away from Obama. The problem with this is even if they do talk a big game about how they don't support Obama and Pelosi's agenda, the votes were very much along partisan lines on a majority of the major legislation that people aren't too fond of.

A 'catch-22' if you will.

( h/t Breitbart.tv )

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