Are Obama's big spending, borrowing, tarping and government owning policies losing voter support?
Keith Boykin Fmr. Clinton White House Aide / The Daily Voice Editor
Obama is re-living Ronald Reagan's dilemma, when unemployment soared from 7.2 percent in 1981 to 10.8 percent in 1982. Polls show some skepticism about government, but Obama -- like Reagan -- remains very popular, and unlike Reagan his top policy initiative -- health care reform -- is still seen as necessary.
Vince Farrell Scotsman Capital Management
To pay for it, you have to greatly expand the definition of the “rich” that you have to raise the taxes on. While enormously popular on a personal basis, Obama’s support for his programs will erode rapidly when people realize what the bill is going to be..