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More of the hopey-changey-goodness that is RecoverySummer™ Part Deux : Consumer confidence has fallen to a new two-year low while investor confidence continues to hover just above the lowest levels of 2011. The Rasmussen Consumer Index, which measures the economic … Continue reading
With a poll released this morning that examines the demographics of the group. And considering that the Obamites have desperately attempted to portray Tea-Partiers as a bunch of unemployed, malcontent, bitter, clinging, hick-tard haters, and homophobic, misogynistic, knuckle-dragging RAAAAAAACISTS!, the … Continue reading
This sign, recently seen in Colorado speaks volumes on the public’s discontent with Obama across the nation.Â But, more importantly-at least for some folks-dows the acceptance of the signage by the occupants of the homeless camp mean that they are … Continue reading
Some interesting statistics from the folks that get paid to wet their fingers and get a sense ofÂ from whichÂ direction the winds of public opinion are blowing.Â I’m talking, of course, about Rasmussen reports; and here are some of today’s takes: … Continue reading
Sarah Palin sure seems to be gathering steam lately, and thereâ€™s strong evidence that the public is giving her a second look; perhaps the realization of Mr. Obamaâ€™s shortcomings is accentuating her positives more than any negatives that the lamestream … Continue reading
When asked how all that hope-n-change is working out, the answers that Americans are giving should give Mr. Obama and Democratic leadership on Capitol Hill cause for concern.Â In fact according to the latest WSJ/NBC poll, for the first time … Continue reading