The Growing Anti-Obama Movement

Walsh, Kenneth T.
August 2009
U.S. News Digital Weekly;8/28/2009, Vol. 1 Issue 32, p11
The article analyzes the increasing criticisms against U.S. President Barack Obama and his health care proposals. The health care issue has also led to other criticisms on areas like Obama's expansion of government power, corporate bailouts, and vast increases in the federal debt. As a result, Republicans appear to be energized according to Ken Duberstein, the former White House chief of staff for Ronald Reagan, and are able to pull down the president's job-approval ratings. It is believed that Obama can win back the support if the economy recovers.


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