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And They Wonder Why Voters Are Angry

Ind Observer Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 12:03 PM
I have listened to what Santorum says about fiscal policy, but I have a tough time believing him when I compare his words to his record. He has a long record of repeatedly voting for bigger government, pork barrel spending, voting against right to work legislation, etc. I listen to what candidates say but then I compare it to their records. That's why Santorum is my second choice.

As Mitt Romney assumes the role of presumptive Republican nominee, polls suggest a competitive general election matchup between the former Massachusetts governor and President Obama. Typically, both candidates poll in the mid-40s, while 10 to 12 percent remain uncommitted to either side.

Among these uncommitted voters, Rasmussen Reports polling shows that just 22 percent approve of the way the president is handling his job. Seventy-two percent (72 percent) disapprove. As for intensity, just 2 percent strongly approve, and 40 percent strongly disapprove.

At first glance, this seems like good news for Romney. These uncommitted voters will be difficult for the president...