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HonestChieffan
12-01-2009, 07:27 AM
Sooprise Sooprise Sooprise!!!!

The Hopey Dopey Changy Wangy crowd is more and moore feeling like they got a lemon and their ain't gonna be no lemonaide.

2010 is going to be interesting. The anger and dissillusionment will not go away.


New Poll---> 7 out of 10 American Voters Are Just Plain Pissed Off !!!

For anybody who has followed the tea party movement and the summer town halls this should come as no surprise, the latest Rasmussen poll (http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/general_politics/november_2009/71_angry_at_federal_government_up_five_points_since_september)reports that American voters are just plain pissed off at the federal government. They feel that our "leaders" are just out for themselves.

Seventy-one percent of voters nationwide say they’re at least somewhat angry about the current policies of the federal government (up 5% points since Sept.) and 46% who are very angry, that number us up 10% since September.This trend is being led by the over 40 set as over half of those voters are very angry.


Among the nation’s Political Class, just six percent (6%) are angry. However, among those with more Mainstream, or populist, views, 85% are angry. A majority of Americans today hold views that can be described as Mainstream or populist.
Fifty-two percent (52%) of voters nationwide believe neither Republican nor Democratic political leaders have an understanding of what is needed today.
Sixty-five percent (65%) of Republicans and 59% of unaffiliated voters say that neither party has the answers.
The latest numbers show that only nine percent (9%) of voters trust the judgment of America’s political leaders more than the judgment of the American people. Seventy-four percent (74%) place more trust in the wisdom of the crowd.

Seventy-one percent (71%) believe the federal government has become a special interest group that looks out primarily for its own interests. Sixty-eight percent (68%) believe that government and big business work together in ways that hurt consumers and investors.
For months voters have been objecting to the high levels of government spending, and the growing debt. Other Rasmussen reports have indicated that they would prefer to have the porkulus bill canceled an the remaining funds being used for a tax cut. But congress and the President have not listened to the voters, and so fare the economic results have been disastrous. The Rasmussen numbers reflect that growing frustration.

Voters also object to the way the progressive-dominated federal government is trying to shove government controlled health-care down their throats, put it all together, voters will be looking for real change in the 2010 Congressional elections.

Only one third of voters (fhttp://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/general_politics/november_2009/33_say_their_representative_in_congress_is_best_person_for_job) feel their representative in Congress is the best person for the job, vs 42% who disagree and 25% are not sure. This may indicate that much of the frustration is directed toward congress.

When you take Democrats out of the mix the numbers get even worse. Only 24% of Republicans and 25% of independents voters, 25% of conservatives and 25% of moderates believe their local representative is the best person for the job indicating a "throw the bums out" mentality sweeping the nation.

Voters also feel disenfranchised.

50% believe the high reelection rates result from election rules that are “rigged to benefit members of Congress.” It is worth noting that the word “rigged” is a strong term included in this survey question. The fact that half the nation’s voters believe the election rules are "rigged" is a testament to the high levels of distrust in the country today.


Pissed off, ignored and Disenfranchised,that is not a great formula for a republic. President Obama and his Democratic Lemmings have made "real change" in America, unfortunately most voters feel very little of that change is good.

BigRedChief
12-01-2009, 07:36 AM
Do you really think posting 10 Anti-Obama threads on a daily basis that you found on the internet means anything to anyone here? Are you trying to prove your point by the volume of new threads that are anti-Obama?

HonestChieffan
12-01-2009, 07:53 AM
If a poll is done and date is published, is the poll anti Obama if it shows anything that is not pro/positive for Obama? Can you see throiugh the Obama tint in your glasses and see these isues and results as a US poll not an Obama Poll?

Do you and others like you who are very pro Obama see every poll as designed to be bad for your guy? At what point do we see polls like this as indicators of the peoples feelings and not a referendum on Obama?

Lets be real for a second.

Looking back over the past couple years, leading up to the election and the first year in office, how would you summarize the condition of the country, the attitudes of the average American, and the faith people have today that this administration and I include congress in that, are doing the right things and doing things well?

Taking partisanship out of the mix, its my feeling based on those I interact with that people are moving more and more to a feeling that things have simply gone wrong in Washington. Our Congressmen in many cases won't answer letters anymore, the Pelosi led congress has ignored the public and been rather defiant toward the voter. Now we will get to watch the Senate do the same thing.

So ask yourself, is this the right way to do this? Is this what you want from Congress and the Senate? Republican or Democrat is irrelevant. Its a simple issue of is this how we want to be represented.

Ask yourself, is this President encouraging the behavior of the House and Senate or has he shown any sensitivity to the general desires of the country and tried to right the ship? Has he realized that his election numbers compared to today are going south far too fast and as a result has he stopped to re asses his goals and tried to allign with the populace?

On National security, how safe do you feel and how safe will we be if we continue on the current track?

Name almost any area of governmental focus and tell me, do you feel we have moved in a positive direction?

I don't care on whit about volumes of anti obama vs pro obama...it not about Obama, its about the country and where we are headed. The fact Obama is running the ship happens to be reality.

God knows I would LOVE to see post after post that says we have higher employment, the stock market is on a run, the dollar is strong, and that we are winning on all fronts. The sorry thing is, those do not exist.