06 September 2010

Bumbling Obama Will Need a Miracle to Avoid Jimmy Carter's Fate Now . . .

America's contemptuous hack of a President golfs and scarfs lobster while Rome burns... small wonder most of us have had just about enough of this inept crackpot already


If the recent Gallup poll indicating an unprecedented 10-point Republican lead in generic congressional preference didn't administer a badly-needed dose of reality to Team Obama, his own rapidly-sinking approval numbers ought to finally bring-it-home... that is, if there's any chance of them ever accepting any culpability for anything...


But in the wake of Barack Obama's astounding and very real waste of of political capital, reality is hitting the rest of the American Left, hard... as noted by Nile Gardner in The Telegraph (UK) yesterday, he's likely on the verge of becoming a lame-duck president in less than 60 days from today... 
Another poll by Gallup this week shows Republicans leading the Democrats in Congress on the handling of nine key election issues, including terrorism (a 24 point lead), immigration (15 points), federal spending (15 points), and the economy (11 points)...

On key economic issues, likely to dominate in November, the Republicans have a seemingly unassailable advantage– the four most important voter issues according to Gallup are the economy, jobs, corruption in government and federal spending. 
Add to that the fact that Obama himself -the one now-screwed Dem incumbents inexplicably bet-the-House on- is at an all-time Gallup approval low of 43% -and tanking hard...


Theoretically, he's got two years to turn that around, but the trend suggests nothing of the sort... and the harsh caning his power-mad Democratic Party is about to receive at the hand of the American voter now spells doom for the entire Obama "progressive" legislative agenda... and right-now:
Could the Republicans win the Senate, causing a major upset? 

Judging by these polls that is now a distinct possibility, and would be nothing short of a political earthquake that may herald the defeat of President Obama himself in 2012. 

Only a miracle can reverse the fortunes of the Obama presidency in the lead-up to the mid-terms, and Barack Obama has been notably short of miracles since taking office, whether political or economic. The good fortune which he possessed when winning the presidency has all but evaporated, replaced by mounting opposition to both his policies and left-wing ideology. 

According to Rasmussen, just 29 percent of likely voters now believe the country is heading in the right direction, a damning indictment of President Obama’s leadership of the country. For a “transformational” president, this is devastating. 

Without the House of Representatives to rubber stamp his Big Government agenda, and the Senate in a likely stalemate, it will be impossible for Barack Obama to force legislation through in the final two years of his presidency. He will also be under immense pressure to cut the budget deficit and reduce government spending, as well as reverse his plans on health care reform, all of which go completely against his instincts. Bill Clinton, a far more skilful and pragmatic politician in many respects, survived the 1994 Democrat meltdown by moving to the center and working with the Right on some issues, a prospect that President Obama would find unpalatable. 

The Obama presidency is facing meltdown, and according to the polls is likely to be greatly weakened from November onwards, throwing a major spanner in the works of the ambitious Obama agenda to remake America. 

A conservative revolution is heading its way to Washington on a wave of anti-government sentiment, and looks unstoppable. 

Like Jimmy Carter before him, President Obama has succeeded in revitalising conservatism in the United States, and reawakening a sleeping giant. 

When Barack Obama spoke in his election campaign of bringing “change” to America, I doubt this is quite what he had in mind...


15 comments:

LL said...

barack hussein obama said recently that the country needs to give him more TIME to get his agenda in place. Presumably, that would mean that if we gave him enough time, he could get enough illegal Mexicans legalized to eclipse the Tea Party voting block, he could rearrange society fundamentally so that America would be a socialist worker's utopia, etc.

Christopher - Conservative Perspective said...

RR,

Great post!

I find it amazing that Hussein is talking about throwing more money around at big government programs when that is exactly what people want to stop.

Do not misunderstand but I hope he continues to talk like this so more people get on board with our Conservative Revolution.

Reaganite Republican said...

LL- that's the sense of urgency I feel, this guy CAN'T be given any more time... we gotta cut him off, man lol

And thx Christopher- it seems most now realize the Porkulus was a debacle, but that won't keep the Dems from trying to ram-through another pork bomb while calling it something else, then

innominatus said...

This post makes me smile.

John Carey said...

Excellent post RR. What concerns me is that his numbers will slip so far that he will become vulnerable in his own party. There are already forces within their party try to push for Hillary again. My real concern for 2012 is this because Obama is so far left people may actually see her as much more moderate when she is not. She is just as progressive, she just delivers it differently. People will feel like they got it wrong with Obama and will vote her in because that is really what should have happened in the first place. This is a very real concern for me. Thoughts?

Reaganite Republican said...

Thx Inno

And John, I've been thinking about this... I am convinced she's like to run anyway, and that would be the way to do it, slightly to the Right of Obama. And Hillary polls well still...

But like in sports, you just need to put points on the board... so we need to use our side's newfound popularity to propel the right candidate to victory... then we don't have to care about who they run.

Randy-g said...

That sleeping giant is ticked off.....Great post as always RR!!

Matt said...

Great one RR. He only possible successful course, past November is to move to the center, as Clinton did. However, I don't think he's that pragmatic. He'll try scorched Earth with the GOP, and lose.

Have I mentioned that I'm proud to be part of the sleeping giant? I also should add that we are filled with a terrible resolve.

Reaganite Republican said...

Randy/Matt- the giant sleeps no more!

God Bless the USA~

Steve Dennis said...

Barack Obama is even losing support within his own party as Democrats run from his agenda. The American people need to remember that Barack Obama would not have passed his agenda if it wasn't for the very Democrats that are now running away from him. They can run but they cannot hide, we will seek them out in November and rid ourselves of them!

Good Ole Boy said...

It has been said before but if there is a Republican house and senate and they get things going in the right direction Obama is sure to take credit for it. Then 2012 may not be as good a year as we hope.

Teresa said...

Great Post RR! Most certainly yes, the Porkulus was a debacle. And, these nimrods want to do another "stimulus" - Oh NO!! NO more wasting of taxpayer dollars!

The more time we give Obama the more disastrous it will be for our country. No more damn time for Obama!! We need to send Obama packin' as soon as possible.

Starsplash said...

Yep. There is no doubt that the President has spectacularly imploded the Democratic Party.

If he keeps going I fear the whole solar system will implode.....K....just joking....

Amusing Bunni said...

Great post, RR! spockablahblah is an inept crackpot! Luv it. the meltdown is so much fun to watch. I can't wait to go to the polls in Nov.

Reaganite Republican said...

Politics is starting to get fun again, isn't it

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