@nxnn Hes a centrist as President, or has become one since getting a Republican led House. Nearly all of his proposals have been bipartisan. Unlike the House which is strictly and absolutely partisan (see current govt shutdown).
@nxnn Again he appeals to the people, and not Congressmen. His pandering to the polls is a desire to reflect the will of America. His lack of pandering to Congress is a desire to change how politics works.
@nxnn Hes a centrist from a policy perspective thats more than willing to negotiate in reasonable terms. Unfortunately in their own campaigns and acceptance speeches the idiots in congress promised to never work with him on anything. Thank the Koch brothers.
@BigFish his nomination acception speech in front of greek columns in mile high stadium when he said he would remove red states and blue states and make it just the United states. Believe me I loved him and voted for him and advocated for him in 08...
@nxnn What do you mean by "remove red states"? The Repuglicans in Congress are the divisive ones. BO is a bad negotiator who keeps returning to the same formula - offer something bipartisan, get burned by partisans in Congress, fail to implement it.
@nxnn And I think what many people call campaigning is BO taking his arguments to the American people, assuming that they can exert some leverage over their elected officials. Fallacy, though - R's don't care about their constituents.