Yikes, that has to sting! Even on a lefty site, Obama only scores an F by 64% of Americans...and a few Canadians. This is not a good sign for the Democrat's in the upcoming November elections.
Americans are giving him a huge thumbs down on health care, smart people that they are, they understand socialist programs are bad for everyone.
A clear 79% of Americans do not like the health care bill. That is huge considering all the Obama supporters in the last election. Where has all the support for a hope and change president gone? Maybe it's evaporated because he has offered no hope and bad changes. Go vote if you want, even you Liberal trolls, maybe you can bump up his numbers, but I wouldn't count on it. Too bad he has 4 years in power. This poll was opened in January and appears to still be open, are they hoping for the numbers to change for the better?
I suspect, by the numbers attracted to the Tea Party movement, that things are going to change come November, it appears that Americans are realizing what a huge mistake they made electing Obama. Sure makes me thankful that we have Prime Minister Stephen Harper to guide this wonderful country.
I found this comment at the site very interesting:
CBO: Eight Years of Iraq War Cost Less Than Obama's Two Year Stimulus ActToo bad the stimulus money did next to nothing for the American economy. It's Americans who are suffering for the bad fiscal policies of the Democrats...remember they have total control of both the Congress and the Senate, plus the White House with a Democratic President, so they have no excuse for their own failed policies.
As President Obama prepares to tie a bow on U.S. combat operations in Iraq, Congressional Budget Office numbers show that the total cost of the eight-year war was less than the stimulus bill passed by the Democratic-led Congress in 2009.
According to CBO numbers in its Budget and Economic Outlook published this month, the cost of Operation Iraqi Freedom was $709 billion for military and related activities, including training of Iraqi forces and diplomatic operations.
The projected cost of the stimulus, which passed in February 2009, and is expected to have a shelf life of two years, was $862 billion.
The U.S. deficit for fiscal year 2010 is expected to be $1.3 trillion, according to CBO. That compares to a 2007 deficit of $160.7 billion and a 2008 deficit of $458.6 billion, according to data provided by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget.
In 2007 and 2008, the deficit as a percentage of gross domestic product was 1.2 percent and 3.2 percent, respectively.
"Relative to the size of the economy, this year's deficit is expected to be the second largest shortfall in the past 65 years; 9.1 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), exceeded only by last year's deficit of 9.9 percent of GDP," CBO wrote.
The CBO figures show that the most expensive year of the Iraq war was in 2008, the year when the surge proposed by Gen. David Petraeus and approved by President Bush was in full swing and the turning point in the war. The total cost of Iraq operations in 2008 was $140 billion. In 2007, the cost of Iraq operations was $124 billion.
According to an analysis by the American Thinker's Randall Hoven, the cost of the Iraq war from 2003-2008 -- when Bush was in office -- was $20 billion less than the cost of education spending and less than a quarter of the cost of Medicare spending during that same period.
I can't wait to see what happens in November, will America reawaken, or will they slumber on?
H/T Thomas Anderson