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And They Wonder Why Voters Are Angry

Janeway Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 8:23 AM
I am amazed Romney has done as well as he has - both the right and the left call him every negative term they can come up with. Tell us daily how there is NO WAY he can win. He is too liberal, he is too conservative, he is too boring, too rich, too smart, not cool enough, uninspiring, robotic, not human - these words come from both right and left and the poor people who cannot think for themselves just follow along rejurgitating all the same words and thoughts. I can see how this benefits the Left and Obama but the Right is committing suicide - it appears that ALL Republicans are now RINO. We have gone from "true conservative" to "true Republican" although none of the real Republicans seem to measure up. Guess, you can't cure stupid.

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...