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Obama, Headed In The Left Direction

Well, as I review the latest ratings for Mr. Obama, it appears he is definitely going in the right direction…I mean the left direction.

If we can continue to expose this person for what he is, a solid socialist, following the Socialist’s party platform, we can make him a one term president.

If you think referring to him as a Socialist is an idle accusation, please take a look at an excerpt of the preamble to the Socialist’s 2008-09 platform:

"As we pursue a socialist transformation of society, we join with others in making radical demands on the existing system: demands that challenge the basic assumptions of a capitalist market economy while pointing the way to a new society. Although reforms will not in themselves bring about socialism, the fight for them will advance the cause by demonstrating the inherent limitations and injustice of the capitalist system. As we build the socialist movement, we organize around a platform committed to our common and interdependent struggles and aspirations."

Now you know what he was talking about when he said, we will transform America.

The latest Rasmussen poll reveals:

"Sixty-six percent (66%) of voters nationwide say they’re at least somewhat angry about the current policies of the federal government. Thirty-six percent (36%) are Very Angry.

Despite the high level of political anger last year that helped fuel President Obama’s election, 59% say the current level of political anger in the country is higher than it was when George W. Bush was president.

Despite the high level of political anger last year that helped fuel President Obama’s election, 59% say the current level of political anger in the country is higher than it was when George W. Bush was president.

A lot of that anger is directed at the people who are spending billions and billion of dollars of taxpayer money. That helps explain why members of Congress have now surpassed corporate CEOs to hold the least favorably regarded profession in the country.

Just 16% of voters give Congress good or excellent ratings now that it’s back from a rough-and-tumble August recess. That’s down seven points from its highest rating of 2009, reached in late May. Fifty-three (53%) percent say Congress is doing a poor job."

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