No actually they don't "reflect on his party" as much as they do on any specific candidate who might be running and holds the same positions as the President. In short, the candidate does not have the President to rely on.
If I were you I would be worried that with the Bush numbers so low why do only 48% of the people want a democratic congress. Historically the Presidents poll numbers go up prior to mid term elections. Hence, the 48% figure will only go down from here, most likely.
I agree Bill Clinton governed more to the center right regarding most issues. The reason of course is the conservative trend. And let me remind you that there is no "anti-conservative" banner in which to unite the democratic party! There are however a large minority of democrats who consider themselves liberal. They do get a great deal of attention and they do harm the democrats chances of winning the White House.
That apparently is your "hope" as there is no factual information to back it up.
The fact you think we are in a period of "greed" tells a great deal about your political slant.
It is sad commentary that a republican administration could run up the national debt. However, these are unique times...
I can honestly say I have never "hated" a President.
I think he was always a uniter, but in Washington you just don't unite. That is commentary on politics of the day.
Your comment on Christians is demeaning and insulting. I wonder if you also have derogatory names for Blacks, Gays and others whom you are either not a part of or don't understand.
"Dems" like you would hate him for just about anything he does! At least that's my feeling from reading your many posts.