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After SCOTUS, 27 Percent Less Likely to Vote for Obama

66promises Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 10:45 AM
Barack Obama walked into by far the worst recession since the Great Depression, unquestionably created by George W. Bush, and exacerbated by the bailouts given by the Bush administration in its late days. Worse is coming, and there is nothing anybody of any party can do to stop it, regardless of the lies the Republicans would have you believe. Regime change ain't always for the better, and I would not vote for Mitt Romney if my life literally depended on it.
LAPhil Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:28 AM
Well then suffer when he gets elected, troll!
gwharpo Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:24 AM
BULL! The "Depression" was created by the "Fair housing Act" a democrat creation. Bush tried many times to shut it down but the left said NO. Bush did NOT bailout ANYTHING. 0bama asked Bush to pass a bailout while he was waiting to be sworn in. You leftards keep blaming Bush for 0bamas mess. By the way genius, the Congress was run by demodemons for the last two years of the Bush administration. Nice try, but it won't fly.
jleigh Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 10:56 AM
you are a total idiot-please move away somewhere- get out of our country!!
Drifter33 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 10:51 AM don't remember Jimmy Carter's economy, do you? --Double-digit inflation? --Rampant unemployment? --GAS RATIONING?

--Jimmy's "Crisis of Confidence" speech?

No memory of THAT economy? --Or, did history start about 8 years ago in your mind?

And "unquestionably created by Bush"...WOW. Revisionism at its ugliest, right there. --What of the conniving Chris Dodd and Bawney Fwank, arm-twisting the banks into making bad loans?

No knowledge of that, either??

Now that ObamaCare has been upheld as a massive new tax, the Supreme Court decision not the scrap the legislation is bleeding into the political arena in a very big way. According to a new Quinnipiac Poll, 27 percent of voters are now less likely to vote for Obama. Independent voters are in the same boat.

A total of 55 percent of American voters say a presidential candidate's position on health care is "extremely important" or "very important" to their vote in November, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University poll finds. While 59 percent say the Supreme Court...