Friday, April 9, 2010

Obama Suffers In The Polls Over Hurting Economy

WASHINGTON — Americans anxious about unemployment and the economy increasingly blame President Obama for hard times, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds, amid signs of turbulence in November's midterm elections.

Last week's jubilant signing of the health care overhaul, Obama's signature domestic initiative, seems to have given the president little boost. Instead, his standing on four personal qualities has sagged, and 50% of those surveyed say he doesn't deserve re-election.

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50% say Mr. Obama doesn't deserve re-election, and that includes Conservatives, Democrats and Independents surveyed, though I think that says more about the divide in this country that anything else. Truth be told, I would wager that more than 50% do not approve of the performance of Mr. Obama, as "commander-in-chief." He has spit in the face of our troops, and continues to devalue our dollar by printing more money, calling it "stimulus," thereby creating inflation while nothing is done to create jobs, and while China continues to take the greatest percentage of work.

So, I would have to agree with the 50% that say Obama must step down to never be re-elected, and the quicker, the better.

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