I want liberal policies to fail. I want him to fail in trying to put in place a health care plan that takes away the private sector from health care. I want him to fail in this cap and trade program as long as China and Brazil and Indonesia are not going to play in it. But I want him to succeed as a president, meaning, I want him to succeed in strengthening our economy, keeping us free, bringing our troops home in success from Iraq and Afghanistan. But I don't want his liberal policies to succeed.
So, he wants those policies to hurt Americans.
He could have said "failed to be passed" or something like that. But he didn't.
Succeed as president would mean that he wants his policies to help Americans.
But then he says he doesn't want the policies to help Americans.
Any Democrats say something like this? They might say that they believe the policies will hurt the country, but they would not WANT those policies to hurt the country. I'd like to be corrected.