Things have certainly turned ugly among D.C. Democratics in recent weeks. It must have something to do with the election results. In any case, the love is definitely not happening now:
In a high-profile speech on Tuesday dissecting Democrats' losses in this month's midterm elections, Charles Schumer, the No. 3 Senate Democrat, listed "a cascade of issues" botched by the White House, starting with Obama's push for healthcare reforms soon after he took office in 2009.
Later on Tuesday, the White House took the unusual step of publicly pledging to veto a deal on tax breaks that Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid was trying to hammer out with Republicans in the House of Representatives.
It seems a little early for Barry to start acting all petulant, since his Democratics still control the Senate for the next month, but then, without the Teleprompter-in-Chief, it's not all that surprising. Measured judgement has never been his forte.