We the people are so not into you

November 2, 2010 07:15

Poll after poll is showing that Americans are fed up with an arrogant and tyrannical government. Rasmussen reports the GOP wins by 12 on a generic ballot and 58% of likely voters want Obamacare repealed. Both Reid and Pelosi have unfavorable rates in excess of 50%.

As of November 1, Rasmussen also reports that “31% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-two percent (42%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -11”.

Rasmussen polls show that “opinions of Congress are so low that 62% of voters think it would be better for the country if most congressional incumbents are defeated this November.” and “Voters trust Republicans more than Democrats on eight out of 10 important issues regularly tracked by Rasmussen Reports including the economy and health care.”

At recent campaign rallies both Obama and Bill Clinton tried to energize a base that did not even fill the seats in relatively small venues. And an outdoor rally for Coons featuring home boy Joe Biden drew a paltry 200.

Make no mistake about it. This election is a referendum on the Obama, Reid, Pelosi agenda and their tyrannical arrogant style of governing against the will of the people.

Human Events political guru “John Gizzi predicts that voters are so fed up with Obama and the Democrats, that the GOP will gain 63 seats in the House and 10 in the Senate, giving Republicans their first majority in Congress since 2006.”

Sam Youngman at The Hill notes;

“Nearly 70 percent of those polled by The Hill in 42 House districts said their view of Obama will be an important factor in their midterm vote.

While Democrats hope many voters will turn out to voice confidence in the president and Democratic Party, saving the president seats in both chambers, many other voters seem intent on sending a message to Obama by electing Republicans to Congress who might put a brake on spending.”

A Fox News online poll has (as of this writing) over 68% of respondents saying yes, this election is a referendum on Obama and his polices.

Only die hard Obama supporters like unions, the propaganda press and administration spokesmen are trying to spin the people’s outrage at Obama’s policies into something else.

The truth is we’re just not that into you.

~ Michael Whipple, Editor

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