Perdido 03

Perdido 03

Friday, July 16, 2010

Obama Loses In Nearly Every Match-Up Against GOP

Looks like people want change:

With President Obama's approval rating hitting new lows, a new Public Policy Polling survey shows him trailing several Republicans in a 2012 presidential match ups.

Mitt Romney (R) leads 46% to 43%, Mike Huckabee (R) is ahead 47% to 45% and Newt Gingrich (R) is in front 46% to 45%. Sarah Palin (R) and Obama are tied at 46% each.

Key takeaway: "There are two things driving these strong poll numbers for the Republican candidates. The first is a lead with independents in every match up... The other thing causing the Republicans to do so well is that their party is unified around them to an equal or even greater extent than Democrats are around Obama.

You can see from the Sistah Souljah strategy currently being employed (Obama and company vilify traditional "liberal" allies like teachers unions) that they are trying to win back some independent voters while they're pretty confident that the liberal allies, although vilified, will vote for Democrats anyway in 2010 and 2012.

I say, do NOT let them take us for granted.

Call you reps, call you senators, call the White House and let them know: WE WILL NOT BE SISTAH SOULJAHED.

Yes, the words "president" and "Palin" together are pretty scary.

But so is a current "Democratic" president who wants to lift his political boat from sinking waters by demonizing teachers.

And so is a current "Democratic" president who has created a federal education policy that encourages the firing of teachers, the closing of schools, and the use of test scores to fire teachers and close schools.

So is a current "Democratic" president who "applauds" the firing of teachers.

Don't let them use the words "President Palin" to scare you into voting for these anti-teacher/anti-union corporate whore Demoflaks.

If the education policy stays as it currently it is, then no votes for any Dem who supports it and no votes for President Hopey/Changey.

That's how we're doing it at my house, at any rate.


  1. So, just as Clinton sacrificed those receiving income support through AFDC before the 1996 election (a factor in the wage stagnation of recent years, since AFDC provided an income floor for the population, and the fundamental reason it was attacked and eliminated) Obama will attempt to save himself by sacrificing public education (first), followed by Social Security.

  2. I believe Palin will be the Republican nominee and she will have a chance to beat Obama. So we will be Palinized to get Obama support.

    I believe that the threat of Palin will put pressure on Obama from Dems to not run. The war will deteriorate. Think LBJ. Watch for the time when Hillary leaves as Secty of State to "spend more time with her family." Clinton vs. Palin in 2012 is what I am thinking.

  3. I have decided if I have to vote for Palin to register my protest against the Democrats so be it. I am tired of having my vote taken for granted. I will vote for whomever the GOP candidate is in 2012 to protest against a president and party that wants to sell out the working class. At this point, what is the difference between Dems and the GOP? Would life be so different today had McCain won? I have never voted for a GOP candidate in my life but I am completely fed up with liberals being kicked to the curb because it's assumed we will never vote Republican. I'm voting Republican next time in protest against the Dems.