Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Obama: Six in Ten say "No confidence"

This just in -- according to this story in the Washington Post today, six in ten Americans say they have no confidence in President Obama's ability to lead the country. . .  even better, 62 percent are looking for new representation in Congress.  Those most likely to vote in the midterms prefer the GOP over continued Democratic rule by a sizable margin of 56 percent to 41 percent. 

Word of caution:  Don't accept a party label as the outer limit of your scrutiny of candidates.  The last time Republicans had control they blew it. 

What it takes is candidates from either party who pledge limited government and reduced spending

The Great Awakening of 2010 marches on to November. . .

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