POSTED: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 - 11:18am
UPDATED: Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 12:33pm
One thing that I have enjoyed the last few years is seeing the Tea Party emerge and other people,
no matter their political stripe, get into politics because they have had enough.
They see a government run by many who have no business, or seem to have common sense,
tell us not to believe our lying eyes when it comes to how much money we owe...or who just think anyone who thinks differently that taxes and spending is crazy.
I also enjoy the elite news anchors shaking their head and saying "We need real experience to get us through these trying times...not rookies."
Look where those with real experience got us.
The poor house.
A new Rassmussen Reports poll finds that 65% of likely voters trust their judgment on the economy over President Barack Obama's.
To quote Rassussen...That's particularly frustrating news when trying to run a re-election campaign.
The good news for Obama is that blaming Bush still isn't quite out of vogue:
"52% of voters say the nation's current economic problems are due to the recession that began under George W. Bush."
Toward the end he spent like he felt more at home in DC than he did in Crawford.
Forty-three percent (43%) blame Obama's policies for the poor state of the economy.
But everyday peple are figuring this out.
Another polls ays only 17% of the american people think the federal government knows what it's doing.
And if I were an elected I'd be worried.
We used to joke about the federal government.
Now..things are so dire...there is nothing to laugh anout anymore.
The joke has turned into a crises.
That's my point of view whats yours?
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