It’s *Obama Must Go Wednesday.
Clearly with the results of the latest polling, no not that bogus poll from Public Policy Polling, Over at Virginia Virtucon, Riley does a pretty good job of dismantling that one: Joke Of The Day: PPP Releases A Poll…
No, I mean the latest Washington Post-ABC News Poll that shows Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tied at 47 percent among registered voters. Sure it’s the Post and ABC, but still they’re more credible than PPP.
But even with those numbers I have to wonder: are people just not paying attention? Granted last week was a holiday week and a week where much of the country say horrific storm damage and power outages.
Still, how after all that we know, and a good deal more we don’t know, about Barack Obama can the numbers be that close? Do people really not see what he’s doing to this country?
Maybe they don’t. so I’m here to help. Beginning today and continuing every Wednesday until the election, I’ll be posting OMG Wednesdays. Don’t get your underoos in a twist, the OMG is “Obama Must Go.” And he must.
If you don’t yet realize that, just keep reading to find out why:
Morning Bell: Obama’s Tax Hike on Job Creators
The President has pushed for this tax increase ever since he started running for President back in 2007. It is old hat by now, and since he has failed to get it through Congress for three and a half years running, the proposal has nearly zero chance of prevailing now. Yet he continues pushing this unpopular, economically damaging tax increase even as the economy continues to languish.
Obamanomics: More Ride in the Wagon
Mona Charen, Town Hall
The president is fond of saying, regarding the Republican Party’s economic philosophy, “We tried that, and it didn’t work.” Obama never acknowledges that his economic philosophy — enthusiastically enacted by a Democrat-dominated Congress in 2009, not only has failed but also makes no sense. By what logic does adding record numbers of people to the welfare rolls aid the economy? Fewer and fewer Americans are earning the money from which these expanded benefits are to be paid. Though the president predicted a strong recovery by 2010, he now claims that the poor economy is still somehow George Bush’s fault, all the while still maintaining that things are “moving in the right direction,” which, presumably, must not be Bush’s doing.
Over his four years in office, Obama promised that he would focus on creating “jobs that pay well and can’t be outsourced.” However, as he racked up trillions in new debt, billions of dollars did go to create jobs that were outsourced or spent overseas. Whether it is electric cars made in Finland or solar panels in Mexico, taxpayers would be astonished to learn that their hard earned money went abroad for jobs that weren’t created in the United States.
Read on for details.
See you next week.