Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Public Now Opposed to ObamaStimulus


Obama, the stern one, is certainly at odds a year after his progressive onslaught on American values and principals.


His ObamaCare has stalled as more Americans have come to understand  the flaws in his reasoning and the catastrophic costs and resulting deficits it will bring to America.


His decision to close Guantanamo Bay, for the purpose of appeasing the Muslim world, and bringing terrorist to the grounds of the 911 atrocity against the American people to stand trail has caused a backlash unforeseen by his Attorney General Eric Holder and himself.


His rapid desire to increase the size of the federal government at the ultimate expense of the American wage earner/taxpayer and future generations is finally being understood by the majority of Americans. They are beginning to push back and resist the statist onslaught against their liberties.


The loss of his party to Senate Elect Scott Brown (R) MA. to retain the seat held by the deceased Ted (the swimmer) Kennedy has the party reeling, and wondering what went wrong. They seem oblivious to the fact that even in a liberal state such as Massachusetts the voters are saying; enough is enough.


The much ballyhooed cash for clunkers turned out to be a farce costing the American taxpayers over twenty thousand dollars per each vehicle. Just another example of government ineptitude. And Obama, along with the rest of the government establishment expect us to believe they will get heath care right. Sure... Right!, play it again Sam.


As for the terrorist threat... all one can say, even given President Bush's many failings as a conservative, is most felt a whole lot safer a year ago than we do today. Perhaps after the horrific results of Nidal Hassan's deranged mind in action, and the failed attempt by the "crotch bomber" (they were both Muslim) Obama and his apologetic administration might wake up. I am not holding my breath. 


There is certainly more. However in moving past the past here is the most recent. According to CNN, a very liberal network,  fifty six percent of the people surveyed oppose the Obama stimulus package. Following is a short excerpt from the CNN survey.


Washington (CNN) 


 A majority of Americans oppose the economic stimulus program, according to a new national poll.
Fifty-six percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Sunday say they oppose the stimulus package, with 42 percent supporting it.


And so, we have an administration that has signaled it's defiance of the peoples' will with respect to health care/insurance reform. No doubt the administration will yak about the need to get the economy back on track and create jobs while doing everything in it's power to do the exact opposite of creating solid private sector jobs and increasing employment.


The State of the Union Address is coming up Wednesday. Be sure to tune n and listen to the President who gave himself a B= rating for his first year. I fear the second year if his tone deafness and progressive ideology prevails.

Look for an unapologetic, equivocating, and combative progressive President as he strives to impose HIS will on the people he has been elected to serve.

Read the rest of the survey at CNN Political Ticker.

Via: Memeorandum
Via: CNN Political Ticker


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