What now Barack? You knew it wasn’t going to fly, you I am sure didn’t realize is would be your Democrats in the Senate who have their jobs to save or who finally feel freed from your shadow based on your horrendous Poll Numbers; 33% Still Love You Barack But Not The Senate Democrats I Am Afraid who would just say no, but it is!
A majority of Americans think President Obama’s $447 biillion proposal to create jobs will not actually help lower the unemployment rate, according to a poll released Wednesday by Bloomberg.
And his overall approval rating on the economy fell to 33 percent from 39 percent in June. His approval rating on the economy was 43 percent in March.
His economic disapproval ratings rose to 67 percent from 57 percent in June and 52 percent in March.
Those are grim numbers for the White House and the trend is clearly going in the wrong direction just as the campaign season heats up.
And they come just one day after Democrats lost two seats in the House of Representatives in special elections that could resonate with voters next year.
So Barack, here is the moment in time that We The People have been waiting for It Now Appears You Are Taking On Water And There Are Not Enough Democrats Left To Help You<
As he demands Congress quickly approve his ambitious proposal aimed at reviving the sagging economy, many Democrats on Capitol Hill appear far from sold that the president has the right antidote to spur major job growth and turn around their party’s political fortunes.
“Terrible,” Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) told POLITICO when asked about the president’s ideas for how to pay for the $450 billion price tag. “We shouldn’t increase taxes on ordinary income. … There are other ways to get there.”
“That offset is not going to fly, and he should know that,” said Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu from the energy-producing Louisiana, referring to Obama’s elimination of oil and gas subsidies. “Maybe it’s just for his election, which I hope isn’t the case.”
“I think the best jobs bill that can be passed is a comprehensive long-term deficit-reduction plan,” said Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), discussing proposals to slash the debt by $4 trillion by overhauling entitlement programs and raising revenue through tax reforms. “That’s better than everything else the president is talking about — combined.”
And those are just the moderates in the party. Some liberals also have concerns.
By the time you leave in January 2013 you will have done for the words liberalism/socialism/Marxism/statism something we could only dream about a few years ago and that is make then a pariah!