mmm, lying donkeys good.
Watch the video first, answers the question … Did you think hopey changey meant bankruptcy?
The consent of the governed, one of the things found in the Declaration of Independence. And now We the People will have their say about backrupting our country to buy votes.
It took Democrats in the House of Representatives 40 years to become out-of-touch enough to get thrown out of office in 1994. It took 12 years for the Republicans who replaced them to abandon their principles and be repudiated in 2006. Now it appears that the current Democratic majority has lost voter confidence in only four years.
How did this happen? And what does the increasing speed of voter backlash mean for Republicans who will likely take control next Tuesday?
Many Dems Expected to Retire — Including Pelosi — if They Lose the House
Do you need anymore reason to vote than to retire this sub-prime crap?
The first post American president — And it gets even worse, 56% want Obama fired, his approval rating is only 42% and majority favor Tea Party…
(U.S. News)- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, rapped by the White House for pledging to make Barack Obama a one-term president, seems to have the support of a majority of Americans. A new poll says that 56 percent of likely voters want the president fired.
According to pollster Doug Schoen, whose new poll shows vast support for the Tea Party movement among voters, the president is still liked by about half the nation. In fact, more like him personally than like his policies. Some 48 percent think he’s a nice guy, while just 42 percent approve of his job performance.
But that personal favorability doesn’t translate into re-election support when voters are asked if Obama deserves a second term. Says Schoen: “Despite voters feelings toward Obama personally, 56 percent say he does not deserve to be re-elected, while 38 percent say he does deserve to be re-elected president.” Worse, Schoen adds, “43 percent say that Barack Obama has been a better president than George W. Bush, while 48 percent say Bush was a better president than Obama has been.”
Other highlights in Schoen’s poll presentation:
– 54 percent say the Tea Party has been a good thing for American politics.
– Voters favor Republicans over Democrats on a generic ballot 48 percent to 39 percent.
– The Democratic attack on special interest money helping Republicans isn’t having much of an impact.
Tea Party 54% support just six days before the election — perfect timing.
two-thirds of Americans (67%) have a negative opinion of the job President Obama is doing while just over one-third (37%) have a positive opinion.
Barack Obama put the Democrats in the position of forever redeeming a fallen nation rather than leading a great one.
Whether or not the Republicans win big next week, it is already clear that the “transformative” aspirations of the Obama presidency—the special promise of this first black president to “change” us into a better society—are much less likely to materialize. There will be enough Republican gains to make the “no” in the “party of no” even more formidable, if not definitive.
A child of the 60s, who doesn’t have a clue, and sees “bad faith in America as virtue itself, bad faith in the classic American identity of constitutional freedom and capitalism as the way to a better America.”
Counter culture America … LOL