Monday, June 25, 2012

Finally Sinking In?

On the possible eve of the SCOTUS decision on Obama care (this week anyway) it appears that more and more people are getting wise to the disaster they elected.

Grim Milestone: Majority Disapprove of Obama’s Handling of the Economy
Fewer Americans believe the economy is getting better and a majority disapproves of how President Barack Obama is handling it, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.
Republican challenger Mitt Romney has exploited those concerns and moved into a virtually even position with the president.
Three months of declining job creation have left the public increasingly glum, with only 3 out of 10 adults saying the country is headed in the right direction. Five months before the election, the economy remains Obama’s top liability.
I don't know how "grim" it is, I'd say more along the lines of "inevitable".
I've been around for almost 60 years and have never seen an economy or employmnet figures like we have now.
I was watching Dateline tonight and they did a report on "Lost in Suburbia" about how 3 former middle class families are thrust into poverty due to job loss. Of course they conclude that it's the "new normal" and go out of their way to avoid talking about why the economy is in a mess.
But the truth is even the liberal lick-spittle press can't ignore the sheer numbers of people who are suffering under the liberal policies of Obama and the democrats.
They just refuse to point the finger at the responsible parties.
Fortunately they don't need to.
Everyone is begining to realize that slogans and promises don't put a paycheck into the bank.
We all need to just hold on until November because by then most everyone will know anyone but Obama can do better.

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