Sunday, March 22, 2009

Obama's Numbers


On Friday we suggested there were opportunities for Republicans that act like Republicans and are listening. One of the things the press, even Rasmussen Reports, isn't make a lot of noise about is Barack Hussein Obama's support numbers which while nowhere the abysmal ones left by George Bush have fallen significantly since his coronation just two months ago. His support numbers have gone from 65% on the date of his coronation to 56% today while his oppose numbers have risen from 30% on the date of his coronation to 43% today. The latter is nearly a 50% increase in unfavorables!

Could this be about AIG (59% of Americans now think it's better to let it go out of business per today's Rasmussen Reports)? Could it be about the huge 'stimulus' package? Could it be about an omnibus budget bill contaminated by more than 9000 earmarks (sadly, by many Republicans including Nebraska's finest) ? Could it be about the advent of national health care or the SCHIP bill? Could it be about abortion? Could it be about his administration and its tax-cheat nominations? Could it be about the continued fall of our economy under our new messiah?

COULD IT SIMPLY BE THAT AMERICANS ARE FEARFUL OF GOVERNMENT'S OVER REACHING INTO OUR LIVES?

2 comments:

Triple Hash said...

"COULD IT SIMPLY BE THAT AMERICANS ARE FEARFUL OF GOVERNMENT'S OVER REACHING INTO OUR LIVES?"

Let me add to this sentence.

Could it [George W. Bush low support numbers] simply be that Americans are fearful of government's over reaching into our lives?

Obama is just G-Dub part 3. The core of G-Dub (never ending war, Patriot Act, doubling the size of government, No Child Left Behind, etc., etc.) is still with us in Obama. We haven't changed a thing. It is time for REAL conservatives to stand up and denounce not only this current administration, but even Republican administrations when those Republicans were just Rockeffeler Republicans pretending to be Conservative. If Conservatism is to win in the future, we have to unfortunately go against the Reagan Doctrine of never speaking bad about another Republican. This is more than party politics. This is the future of freedom and liberty in this country. And only REAL conservatives can provide that message.

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Anonymous said...

No.