Sorry Frank, I really hate to put this to you but Rasmussen shot your theory to hell as early as today. I suppose you’re entitled to your opinion as well Frank even though you’ve never been able to square it with the facts.<quoted text>Our country has risen to the top *because* of those principles,values, and morals. Fifty million is not half the country,our country has 310 million. Of the people that voted for Obama,the ones that are the absolute idiots are the ones that claimed they voted for change yet they voted to re-elect the problem. They re-elected the worst resident of the White House in history and they also voted to re-elect numerous members of the Congress that are also the problem. Our problems became magnified during the 2006 election,if the voters were paying attention we could have been a lot better off by leaving Obama in Chicago. All fifty million of those voters need to take responsibility for how they voted and share the blame for the consequences that resulted from how they voted.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
“The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows that 57% of Likely U.S. Voters at least somewhat approve of President Obama's job performance. Forty-two percent (42%) at least somewhat disapprove.
While the president's job approval ratings remain near the highest levels of his tenure, Congress is heading in the opposite direction. Just five percent (5%) say the national legislature is doing a good or excellent job”
Incidentally Frank, while 300 million Americans including children (which you’ve apparently considered) may very well have an opinion, only those who vote count. If you can vote and don’t who cares what you think?