Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Regret in Leisure

How come nobody ever thinks this stuff through before hand?

Poll: Only 79% Obama voters would vote for him again
Given a chance to do it all over again, only 79 percent of those who voted for President Obama would vote for him again and 71 percent of Obama voters now inclined to vote for somebody else “regret” their vote to reelect the president, according to a new poll.
The Economist/YouGov.com poll found that Obama would lose enough votes in a rematch with Mitt Romney that the Republican would win. “90 percent of people who voted for Romney would do it again, compared to only 79 percent of Obama voters who would,” said the poll.~snip~
There were plenty of warnings before hand but of course it didn't dawn on people that their poor choice could affect them until it did. The health insurance market is in complete disarray since the roll out of Obamacare but the real pain has yet to arrive since the administration keeps delaying portions of the law to save the asses of democrats coming up for reelection later this year.

Along the way voters are starting to realize the damage done to the middle class and other working Americans.

Americans Identify Unemployment/Jobs As Nation's No. 1 Problem
(CNSNews.com) - What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today?
In response to that question posed by the Gallup polling organization earlier this month, 23 percent of Americans said unemployment/jobs are the most important problem, up from 16 percent in January.
The response cut across party lines, with Republicans, Democrats and Independents all choosing unemployment/jobs as the nation's most pressing problem in February.
Next on the list, 20 percent of Americans said the "economy in general" is the nation's most important problem, followed by dissatisfaction with government (19 percent); poor healthcare/hospitals-high cost of healthcare (15 percent); federal budget deficit/debt (8 percent); immigration/illegal aliens (6 percent); ethics-morals-family decline (5 percent); and education (4 percent).~snip~
Romney wasn't my first choice for the republican nomination but if he had won he wouldn't be purposely trying to destroy the middle class,jobs or the economy.
Lets hope we can turn our regrets around this year and in 2016.

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