Friday, July 31, 2009


The major media outlets and the national opinion polls are beginning to haunt the administration by addressing probing questions about the actions of recently elected President Barack Hussein Obama.

After a frantic seven months in office, Obama is now experiencing a dramatic drop in his popularity statistics, and you can see that he does not like it for one minute. Personally, I suggest that Obama is suffering from excessive over-exposure and the limited results of his rush to judgment legislative agenda are drawing a growing negative reaction.

It was reported today that one elderly lady in Iowa placed a want ad in her local newspaper to sell her two television sets, because she could not bear to see Obama one more time on the airwaves. That’s the epitome of overexposure.

Most importantly and more accurate are the results of an AT&T/Yahoo poll, which asked the following question: “The President’s progress with the battered economy has been both praised and criticized by the pundits, but how well are his efforts measuring up with you?”

Extremely well. We are undoubtedly moving in the right direction. - 14%
Fairly well. There’s still a long way to go. - 9%
Not well at all. His plans are hurting more than helping. - 75%
Not sure/No opinion. - 2%

As of 7/31/09 10:00AM Total votes 87,923

Your Commander calls those poll results a MANDATE against President Obama’s performance, and a repudiation of his call for CHANGE AND TRANSPARENCY. I suggest that it is time for him to stay off the television airwaves, work in the office, and stay off Air Force One. Obama’s all-knowing advisors must be working late at night to figure a way to get their train back on the track, because 75% of this sample of the electorate is not buying their act.

Can you imagine the policy meetings that Obama will have with his confidants such as Rahm Emanuel and David Axilrod while vacationing in the $35,000 rented home on Martha’s Vineyard during the Congressional August recess? Since you and I actually own a tiny piece of Air Force One I pray that First Dog, Bo, does not drop a dump when the big jet engines rev up for take-off from Andrews Air Force Base.


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