TIME/CNN’s Mark Halperin resorts to “concern trolling” re: Obama’s Ground Zero Mosque Endorsement

From the TIME/CNN website:

Obama’s Islamic-Center Stance: Why the GOP Shouldn’t Run Against It

By Mark Halperin Monday, Aug. 16, 2010

Dear Republican Party:

Your moment is now.

This weekend, President Obama defended the right of Muslims to build a community center and mosque two short blocks from Ground Zero, despite cries of insensitivity from some[sic] New Yorkers and accusations of mischief from some[sic] pundits. This finally gives you an opportunity to add a powerful national-security cudgel to the message of economic woe you have been pushing as the midterm election approaches.


But please don’t do it. There are a handful of good reasons to oppose allowing the Islamic center to be built so close to Ground Zero, particularly the family opposition and the availability of other, less raw locations. But what is happening now — the misinformation about the center and its supporters; the open declarations of war on Islam on talk radio, the Internet and other forums; the painful divisions propelled by all the overheated rhetoric — is not worth whatever political gain your party might achieve.


…a national political fight conducted on the terms we have seen in the past few days will lead to a chain reaction at home and abroad that will have one winner — the very extreme and violent jihadists we all can claim as our true enemy. As I said, Republicans, this is your moment. As a famous New Yorker once urged in a very different context: Do the right thing.

Read the complete un-excerpted article here.

This is a win for Islamic Extremists if Obama’s Presidential support for building the Ground Zero Mosque is rebuked?

Earth to Mark Halperin: The issue here is what the Islamic Extremists did at Ground Zero.

No one of relevancy is declaring war on Islam. Stop throwing the Islam Card AND STAY FOCUSED ON THIS:

Do the right thing and leave Obama alone on this?

Of course the Islamic Extremists want their Ground Zero Victory Mosque built as a monument to the weakness of their sworn enemy, the United States.

To deny them that is to deny them a victory monument.

We will rebuild at ground zero.

Let the Islamic Extremists have a tantrum …as if they need an excuse. The chips are going to fall where they are going to fall. That’s life. Now buck up and don’t be afraid.

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90 Responses to TIME/CNN’s Mark Halperin resorts to “concern trolling” re: Obama’s Ground Zero Mosque Endorsement

  1. Foxwood says:


  2. VotingFemale says:

    Let them eat Cat Poo

  3. Foxwood says:

    Kitties around the world know what to do with jihadists…

  4. VotingFemale says:

    Fox, this endorsement by Obama for building the Ground Zero FU Mosque may well be the biggest screw-up of his entire career. And in his arrogance he never saw it coming.

    We the People will not let this slide… EVER

  5. VotingFemale says:

    Acting Stupidly, Obama made a local issue into an National and International Issue and now every DEM candidate and politician will be grilled to state a position… none of them good for a DEM.

    They have three GZM choices:

    For – and they go against the majority voter tide

    Against – and they go against their fearless leader thus splinter the DEM Party

    Neutral – they lack the backbone to take a stand, thus are weak

  6. Foxwood says:

    VF, 9/11 was an attack on the USA. It was a national attack and Bloomburg talked stupidly making people believe it was a local issue. But I agree with you that it will hurt the Commiecrat party this year.

    Oh too bad!

    As for Obutthole, his head is so far up Soros’ ass he can’t see his mistakes.

  7. Foxwood says:

    I hope the Republicans can purge themselves of the Rinos…

  8. VotingFemale says:

    Bloomberg is now political toast

  9. Foxwood says:

    “Bloomberg is now political toast”

  10. Foxwood says:

    Obutthole knows the meaning of Cordoba. He’s studied the Karan.

  11. Foxwood says:

    You know, I don’t think George Soros got what he wanted. I think Soros thought he was getting a much smarter man in office and it turns out Obutthole is not that smart. Maybe Hillary will work out better for Soros and be the smarter man…

  12. Foxwood says:

    “I’m a bad boy.” — Lou Costello

  13. Foxwood says:


    The End of American Optimism

    Our brief national encounter with optimism is now well and truly over. We have had the greatest fiscal and monetary stimulus in modern times. We have had a whole series of programs to pay people to buy cars, purchase homes, pay off their mortgages, weatherize their homes, and install solar paneling on their roofs. Yet the recovery remains feeble and the aftershocks of the post-bubble credit collapse are ongoing.

    We are at least 2.5 million jobs short of getting back to the unemployment rate of under 8% promised by the Obama administration. Concern grows that we are looking at a double-dip recession and hovering on the brink of a destructive deflation. Things are bad enough for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to have characterized the economic outlook late last month as “unusually uncertain.”

    Are we at the end of the post-World War II period of growth? Tons of money have been shoveled in to rescue reckless banks and fill the huge hole in the economy, but nothing is working the way it normally had in all our previous crises.

    Rather, we are in what a number of economists are referring to as the “new normal.” This is a much slower-growing economy that, recent surveys have revealed, is causing many Americans to distance themselves from the long-held assumption that their children will have it better than they.

    What was thought to be normal in the context of post-World War II recoveries? One is that four quarters into the recovery, real GDP would expand at an annual rate over 6%. We are coming out of the current recession at a 2.4% growth rate.

    We did enjoy a GDP boost from a buildup of inventories anticipating a recovery at normal speed, but it didn’t happen. David Rosenberg, chief economist of Gluskin Sheff, regards it as “frightening” that whereas the “normal” rate of increase in final sales is 4% annually, this time sales have averaged only 1.2%, the weakest revival in recorded history.

    At this point after the onset of a recession, employment payrolls have typically exceeded 700,000 jobs above the previous peak. In this recession, we are still down roughly eight million jobs from the December 2007 peak. As for consumer confidence, the Conference Board survey shows an average a full 20 points below the average lows of previous recessions.

    There seems to be a structural change in the American economy. The relationship of household debt to income has proven unsustainable. The ratio is normally established somewhere below 100%, but in 2007 the debt ratio hit 131% of income. It has now fallen to 122%, but at this pace it would take another five years to bring it under 100%. The pre-bubble norm was 70%. To get to this ratio again, debt would have to be reduced by about $6 trillion.

    In the meantime, we may well be looking at a vicious cycle of defaults that in turn would produce credit tightening and still more economic weakness—compounding the caution among borrowers, lenders and public financial authorities.

    The most obvious source of distress right now is lack of payroll growth, and it’s likely to get worse. Real unemployment today is well above the headline number of 9.5%. That number held steady only because 1,115,000 people gave up hope of finding work and left the labor force in the last three months. Otherwise the headline unemployment rate would have been around 10.4%.

    Now there are at least 14.5 million Americans still searching for work: 1.4 million of them have been jobless for more than 99 weeks, 6.5 million have been jobless for over 27 weeks. This is a stunning reflection of the longer-term unemployment we are coping with.

    The unemployment numbers are worse than reported. Last year the Labor Department admitted it over-counted the number of jobs by 1.4 million. Why? Because they used a computer program that tries to extrapolate how many new companies are being created during each month and then estimates the number of jobs these firms should be creating. They were wrong.

    Since April, the Labor Department has counted 550,000 nonexistent jobs under this so-called birth/death series. Without these phantom jobs, the economy this year created virtually no jobs—certainly not the 600,000 the administration has been touting.

    The Obama administration projects the unemployment rate will drop to 8.7% by the end of next year and 6.8% by 2013. That is totally unrealistic. It means we would have to add nearly 300,000 jobs a month over the next three years. At the rate we’re going, it will take anywhere from six to nine years to climb out of this hole. The labor market may be improving, but the pace is glacial.

    If there is one great policy failure of this recession, it’s that we have not used the crisis to introduce structural reforms. For example, we have a gross mismatch of available skills and demonstrable needs. Businesses struggle to find the skills and talents that are needed to compete in this new world. Millions drawing the dole to sit around should be in training for the jobs of the future that require higher educational skills.

    Given that nearly eight in 10 new jobs, according to the administration, will require work-force training or higher education, it furthermore makes no sense that we have reversed the traditional American policy of welcoming skilled immigrants and integrating them into our economy. Because of a recrudescent nativism, we send home thousands upon thousands of foreign students who have gotten masters and doctoral degrees in the hard sciences at American universities. These are people who create jobs, not displace them. The incorporation of immigrants used to be one of the core competencies of our economy. It’s time to return to that successful model.

    Higher education is another critical issue. As President Obama pointed out last week in his speech at the University of Texas, we have fallen from first to 12th in college graduation rates for young adults. The unemployment rate for those who have never gone to college is almost double what it is for those who have.

    Education may be the key economic issue of our time, Mr. Obama said in his speech, for “countries that out-educate us today . . . will out-compete us tomorrow.” To improve our performance will involve massive increases in scholarship support for higher education, and an increase in H-1B visas for foreign students who get M.A.s and Ph.D.s in the hard sciences.

    But if the economic scene these days is daunting, the political scene is downright depressing. We have a paralyzed system. Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans seem able to find common ground to address what is clearly going to be an ongoing employment crisis. Finding that common ground is a job opportunity for real leaders.

    Mr. Zuckerman is chairman and editor in chief of U.S. News & World Report.

    To repeat, what this means is, Obutthole will claim that “We’ve done everything we can do using Capitalism to make this economy work. Now we must find another way.” Mark my words…

  14. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots 😀

  15. samiam60 says:

    Pentagon Sounds Alarm at China’s Military Buildup

    WASHINGTON—The Pentagon voiced alarm over China’s military buildup, saying it was expanding its advantage over Taiwan and investing heavily in ballistic and cruise missile capabilities that could one day pose a challenge to U.S. dominance in the western Pacific.

    In its annual report to Congress on Chinese military capabilities, the Pentagon also cited China’s advances in electronic warfare. The U.S. government has been the target of cyber intrusions the report says appear to have originated in China and aimed to steal military secrets. “These intrusions focused on exfiltrating information, some of which could be of strategic or military utility,” the report said.

    Though their two countries are increasingly interlinked economically, ties between the U.S. military and the People’s Liberation Army of China have deteriorated since January, when the Obama administration notified Congress of a plan to sell Taiwan up to $6.4 billion in arms.

    Defense Secretary Robert Gates has appealed to the Chinese to re-engage to reduce the risk of any military miscommunications. But U.S. officials say they have seen few signs of a thaw.

    Washington has long voiced alarm over China’s military buildup opposite Taiwan. In this year’s report, which was delivered months behind schedule, the Pentagon said China’s military edge over Taiwan was continuing to “shift in the mainland’s favor,” the main argument used by the Obama administration in approving the arms deal.

    A particular concern for the U.S. is China’s development of an antiship ballistic missile with a projected range of nearly 1,000 miles. The missile is meant to give the PLA the capability of attacking ships, including aircraft carriers, in the western Pacific, the report said.


  16. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  17. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Patriot Sami!

  18. Foxwood says:

    Obutthole, and most liberals as far as that goes, have no clue how or have no desire to defend this country. They believe that “if we just show them we mean no harm, and we disarm ourselves, the world will see us as an example and then we can all sing Kum-bye-ya.”

  19. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Foxwood. I believe Obama is disarming America at the direction of another power. Be it China, Russia, or both. He is most certainly setting the stage for the Fall of the United States of America.

  20. samiam60 says:

    Even a Blind Squirrel can find a nut. If any American says they cannot see what is going on here in America, be it Liberal or Conservative, then they are just being Willfully Ignorant. imo

  21. samiam60 says:

    VF was right. The Democrats have now splintered and Harry Reid has pulled away from President Obama on the Ground Zero Mosque.

    We are seeing Greed and Corruption at its best as the Democrats scramble to save their own asses.

    Read it and weep Libs, read it and weep.

  22. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, Obutthole opened his piehole and now the Dems have to pick sides.

    I bet the rest of the Dems didn’t see that coming.

    I bet even James Carville didn’t see this.

  23. samiam60 says:

    Reid Breaks With Obama Over Proposed Ground Zero Mosque


  24. Foxwood says:

    All of the Dem are asking and saying:
    “What’s that smell?”
    “Hey Berry! What did you step in?”
    “Stay away from me!”

  25. Foxwood says:

    Dismantling America
    by Thomas Sowell

    “We the people” are the familiar opening words of the Constitution of the United States– the framework for a self-governing people, free from the arbitrary edicts of rulers. It was the blueprint for America, and the success of America made that blueprint something that other nations sought to follow.

    At the time when it was written, however, the Constitution was a radical departure from the autocratic governments of the 18th century. Since it was something so new and different, the reasons for the Constitution’s provisions were spelled out in “The Federalist,” a book written by three of the writers of the Constitution, as a sort of instruction guide to a new product.

    The Constitution was not only a challenge to the despotic governments of its time, it has been a continuing challenge– to this day– to all those who think that ordinary people should be ruled by their betters, whether an elite of blood, or of books or of whatever else gives people a puffed-up sense of importance.

    While the kings of old have faded into the mists of history, the principle of the divine rights of kings to impose whatever they wish on the masses lives on today in the rampaging presumptions of those who consider themselves anointed to impose their notions on others.

    The Constitution of the United States is the biggest single obstacle to the carrying out of such rampaging presumptions, so it is not surprising that those with such presumptions have led the way in denigrating, undermining and evading the Constitution.

    While various political leaders have, over the centuries, done things that violated either the spirit or the letter of the Constitution, few dared to openly say that the Constitution was wrong and that what they wanted was right.

    It was the Progressives of a hundred years ago who began saying that the Constitution needed to be subordinated to whatever they chose to call “the needs of the times.” Nor were they content to say that the Constitution needed more Amendments, for that would have meant that the much disdained masses would have something to say about whether, or what kind, of Amendments were needed.

    The agenda then, as now, has been for our betters to decide among themselves which Constitutional safeguards against arbitrary government power should be disregarded, in the name of meeting “the needs of the times”– as they choose to define those needs.

    The first open attack on the Constitution by a President of the United States was made by our only president with a Ph.D., Woodrow Wilson. Virtually all the arguments as to why judges should not take the Constitution as meaning what its words plainly say, but “interpret” it to mean whatever it ought to mean, in order to meet “the needs of the times,” were made by Woodrow Wilson.

    It is no coincidence that those who imagine themselves so much wiser and nobler than the rest of us should be in the forefront of those who seek to erode Constitutional restrictions on the arbitrary powers of government. How can our betters impose their superior wisdom and virtue on us, when the Constitution gets in the way at every turn, with all its provisions to safeguard a system based on a self-governing people?

    To get their way, the elites must erode or dismantle the Constitution, bit by bit, in one way or another. What that means is that they must dismantle America. This has been going on piecemeal over the years but now we have an administration in Washington that circumvents the Constitution wholesale, with its laws passed so fast that the public cannot know what is in them, its appointment of “czars” wielding greater power than Cabinet members, without having to be exposed to pubic scrutiny by going through the confirmation process prescribed by the Constitution for Cabinet members.

    Now there is leaked news of plans to change the immigration laws by administrative fiat, rather than Congressional legislation, presumably because Congress might be unduly influenced by those pesky voters– with their Constitutional rights– who have shown clearly that they do not want amnesty and open borders, despite however much our betters do. If the Obama administration gets away with this, and can add a few million illegals to the voting rolls in time for the 2012 elections, that can mean reelection, and with it a continuing and accelerating dismantling of America.


  26. Foxwood says:

    The UAW wants to sell Government Motors and in order to do so they have to be profitable. To be profitable they either have to cut wages or lay off workers…

    The Commies are finding out how Capitalism works.

    How ironic… 🙂

  27. VotingFemale says:

    Good Afternoon Sam! Fox! Every7one else!

    Whoooo Hooooo!!! This is a grand day.

    Harry Reid splitting away from Odikhed did two things.

    1. I doubt anyone believes Reid is sincere and see him as pandering to save his hide.

    2. He stabbed Odikhed in the back, politically speaking.

    I tell ya… this is the single biggest screw up of Obama’s career.
    I smell burnt ObamaToast… ewwwwww

    His RCP composite poll reached a record low today and the curve of the disapproval plot is almost vertical.

  28. VotingFemale says:

    When milk goes sour it goes bad faster a faster.

    HA HA HA

  29. VotingFemale says:


    The Left is now eating Reid Alive

    Will They Now Call Harry Reid “Extremist”?
    Will they now start calling Harry Reid an “extremist”?

    * Greg Sargent, who never met a Sharron Angle rumor he couldn’t spread: “Reid basically threw the whole Dem caucus under the bus.” [Insert All-Purpose Democratic Party Quote here]

    * Steve Benen, who never lets “extremist” get separated in a sentence from “Sharron Angle”: “I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised — courageous stands are rarely rewarded by voters in competitive contests — but it’s nevertheless disappointing to see Reid make the wrong call.”

    * Glenn Greenwald: “Make sure you donate to Reid’s campaign, as it’s absolutely vital that this Good Democrat wins!”

    * Jed Lewison at Daily Kos: “It’s one thing when local politicians express their views, but Reid has no business inserting himself here.”

    * Crooks and Liars: “Want to tell Harry that he needs to smarten up? Contact him here.”

    * Alan Colmes: “By claiming he’s supporting the First Amendment while trying to have it both ways, Reid is performing an act of political cowardice.”

    * Joan Walsh of Salon.com: “Harry Reid… A Tower Of Jello”

    from Legal Insurrection: http://legalinsurrection.blogspot.com/2010/08/will-they-now-call-harry-reid-extremist.html

  30. Foxwood says:

    “I tell ya… this is the single biggest screw up of Obama’s career.”

    I bet his blackberry was vibrating every time Obutthole opened his mouth this weekend. 🙂

  31. Foxwood says:

    EW! Can the Republicans win the Senate?

    We need to purge the RINOs!

  32. Foxwood says:

    Communists have completely taken over the CommieCrat party. We have a few Pinkos in the Republican party we need to cull. We have to make these Commies move to their Red Nation of their choice, be it Cuba, Venezuela, Mother Russia, or China. Maybe they would see the error of their ways after living in a true Communist country.

  33. samiam60 says:

    Good Evening VF and Foxwood. The Righteous Jesse Jackson has made a new appointment of his own recently. Care to see it?

    Is This A Great Country? Or What!
    Jesse Jackson’s Newest Staff Member…

    You can’t make up stuff better than this! Isn’t politics grand?


    Jesse Jackson’s Newest Staff Member

    Jesse Jackson has added former Chicago Democrat
    Congressman Mel to Rainbow/PUSH Coalition’s payroll.
    Reynolds was among the 176 criminals excused
    in President Clinton’s last-minute forgiveness spree.

    Reynolds received a commutation of his six-and-a-half-year
    federal sentence for 15 convictions of wire fraud, bank fraud,
    and lies to the Federal Election Commission.

    He is more notorious, however, for concurrently serving
    five years for sleeping with an underage campaign volunteer.
    This is a first in American politics: An ex-congressman who had
    sex with a subordinate….won clemency from a president who had
    sex with a subordinate…then was hired by a clergyman who had
    sex with a subordinate!

    His new job?
    Ready for this??

    ***** YOUTH COUNSELOR *****

  34. VotingFemale says:

    “I bet his blackberry was vibrating every time Obutthole opened his mouth this weekend. 🙂 ”

    This guy’s arrogance finally did him in. BIG TIME! and I am relishing every instant of it.

    Lookout to Obama: That was an iceberg you just hit.

    Hey Obama? Karma is a bitch, huh?


  35. VotingFemale says:

    “Reynolds received a commutation of his six-and-a-half-year
    federal sentence for 15 convictions of wire fraud, bank fraud,
    and lies to the Federal Election Commission.”

    But can Obama pardon himself after he is convicted for treason? lol

  36. samiam60 says:

    How is the lovely VF this evening?

  37. VotingFemale says:

    “We have a few Pinkos in the Republican party we need to cull. ”

    and we know who they are 😉

    mark ’em with purple dye packs so everyone knows….

  38. samiam60 says:

    VF I am thinking ( I know, that can be dangerous) but, a post about Korean and Viet Nam Vets who fought Communism only to come home to it?????

    Your thoughts, palease 😉

  39. VotingFemale says:

    Having quite a lovely evening Sam, thanks for asking!

    A song comes to mind…

    Obama nuts roasting on an open fire…
    Harry Reid nipping at his toes…

  40. VotingFemale says:

    Go for it!

    samiam60 says

    VF I am thinking ( I know, that can be dangerous) but, a post about Korean and Viet Nam Vets who fought Communism only to come home to it?????

    Your thoughts, palease 😉

  41. samiam60 says:

    Okey dokey but it will need lots and lots of editing.

    I feel like a Cracker for posting the Jessie Jackson thingey.

    Naw, I’m just a racist.

  42. VotingFemale says:

    Give it your best shot… shoot from the hip. don’t publish it… leave it as a draft and let me know when it is ready for me to check. Take your time…

  43. Foxwood says:

    Jesse Jackass thinks we forget things like that. He’s also delusional thinking everyone thinks of him as MLKs protégé. I don’t remember MLK having sex with children.

  44. VotingFemale says:

    you is a cracker racist… lol

    we must be specific what with all them NAACP racists about ya know.

  45. Foxwood says:

    “mark ‘em with purple dye packs so everyone knows….”

    I like the old days, when you could call them out in the street.

  46. VotingFemale says:

    JJ Jr is six beers short of a six pack… and his own parrr-tay knows it.

  47. Foxwood says:

    Bet you didn’t know Andy could rap!

    Good Cracker!

  48. VotingFemale says:

    That would be too kind, Fox.

    Let them suffer the slings and arrows of towering rejection on a global scale… for the rest of their life.

    When you see one, avert your eyes and walk briskly past.

  49. Foxwood says:

    But it would be so cathartic…

  50. VotingFemale says:

    Chuck Conners… he’s hot.

  51. samiam60 says:

    You too are a Riot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ya’ll just make me Cracker-up

  52. Foxwood says:

    Ok… I think it had a Blazing Saddles reference in it. You might want to remove it…

  53. VotingFemale says:

    Having lots of fun but need to run…

    nite nite guys!

  54. samiam60 says:

    Foxwood, you still here?

    Good night VF.

  55. Kini says:

    Halprin writes this, because he knows how stupid Obama’s comments are.

    Read meat for us, maggot salad for him.

  56. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  57. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Patriot Sami!

    Good morning Patriot Kini!

    Sorry I missed you Sami!

  58. samiam60 says:

    Goooooooooooooood Morning Foxwood. Slept in on my One and Only Day OFF. Thank you Master Bama for letting me Rest……you prick

  59. Foxwood says:


    Politicians are the only people in the world who create problems and then campaign against them.

    Have you ever wondered why, if both the Democrats and the Republicans are against deficits, we have deficits? Have you ever wondered why, if all the politicians are against inflation and high taxes, we have inflation and high taxes?

    You and I don’t propose a federal budget. The president does. You and I don’t have the Constitutional authority to vote on appropriations. The House of Representatives does. You and I don’t write the tax code. Congress does. You and I don’t set fiscal policy. Congress does. You and I don’t control monetary policy. The Federal Reserve Bank does.

    Read more:

  60. Foxwood says:

    Making ‘Bama Bucks is tough work, Sami. Those poor Detroit women are counting on us.

  61. samiam60 says:


    Poll: Obama Hits New Low on Handling of Economy

    Published August 18, 2010

    | Associated Press

    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama earned his lowest marks ever on his handling of the economy in a new Associated Press-GfK poll, which also found that an overwhelming majority of Americans now describe the nation’s financial outlook as poor.

    A frustrated electorate could take it out on the party in power — Obama’s Democrats — in the November elections.

    Eleven weeks before the Nov. 2 balloting, just 41 percent of those surveyed approve of the president’s performance on the economy, down from 44 percent in April, while 56 percent disapprove. And 61 percent say the economy has gotten worse or stayed the same on Obama’s watch.

    Still, three-quarters also say it’s unrealistic to expect noticeable economic
    improvements in the first 18 months of the president’s term. And Obama’s overall approval rating was unaffected; it remained at 49 percent, in part because most Americans still like him personally.

    Americans’ dim view of the economy grew even more pessimistic this summer as the nation’s unemployment rate stubbornly hovered near 10 percent. That’s been a drag on both Obama and Democrats, who control Congress.

    “The economy is on life support,” says Scott Bradley, 38, general manager of a carpet store in Columbia, Mo. Bradley says he voted for Obama in 2008 but he wouldn’t again. He blames Congress for the unemployment woes but says, “Obama’s policies are making the economy worse.”

    Even staunch Obama backers like college student Julius Taylor of Flint, Mich., struggle to stay optimistic about the economy, particularly when they see the recession’s toll in their backyard. “I’d like to say it’s improving, but there are a lot of indicators it’s not,” says Taylor, 25.

    Viewpoints like those have Democrats on edge as they try to hang onto comfortable majorities in the House and Senate in a political environment made ever more challenging by economic woes.

    Republicans are trying to convince Americans that the GOP can create the jobs that Obama hasn’t delivered. Obama and his Democrats are pleading for the frustrated public to give them more time to prove that their economic fixes will work.

    “The truth is, it’s going to take a few years to fully dig ourselves out of this recession. It’s going to take time to bring back 8 million jobs,” the president said Tuesday while campaigning for Democratic candidates in Seattle. “Anybody who tells you otherwise is just looking for your vote.”

    Democrats are keenly aware that they face strong headwinds; 60 percent of people say the country’s headed in the wrong direction. And it’s hard to overstate the importance of the economy to voters; 91 percent of Americans say it’s a top problem, with unemployment close behind.

    A whopping 81 percent of people now call the economy poor or very poor, up from 72 percent in June, and just 12 percent say it has improved in the past month, compared with 19 percent in June. Both are record measurements since AP-GfK started asking those questions.

    “Everyone is scared — everyone,” says Gerda Chapman, 63, a retired schoolteacher in Harrison, Idaho, who backed Obama and isn’t ready to ditch him. “The man has not had a long enough time and he’s doing a good job.” She, like him, urges patience: “We’re not out of the recession and we’ve got a ways to go. It’s going to take time, but it is on an upward trend.”

    Stacey Pederson, 36, a massage therapist and independent voter in Asheville, N.C., agrees that it’s improving. But, she says, more progress would be made “if we would have cooperation within the two parties. It’s getting to be really difficult watching them fight.”

    Neither party is faultless, adds Jeff Vick, 49, a self-employed consultant from Fort Worth, Texas.

    “Republicans have just been incredibly greedy,” he says, and Democrats are instituting “un-American” policies that inhibit citizens’ abilities to earn a living.

    People have little trust in Democrats or Republicans on handling the economy; less than half trust either. But voters older than 64 and whites lean heavily toward the GOP.

    While Congress’ overall performance rating is at a miserable 24 percent, Democrats in Congress are slightly more popular than Republicans; 37 percent approve of Democrats while 30 percent approve of Republicans in Congress.

    But in a shift from earlier this summer, when Democrats had an advantage, Republicans now are about even with Democrats on the question of which party should win control of Congress. Among registered voters, 49 percent say they would vote for the Republican candidate in their congressional district — half say to express their opposition to Obama — while 45 percent say they’d cast their ballot for the Democrat.

    Obama is suffering in other areas, too.

    Just 34 percent now call him an above average or outstanding president, down from 42 percent in January. And 28 percent call him average, while 38 percent say he’s even worse. Marks on how people view him personally have fallen: 89 percent liked him personally in January, but now 82 percent do.

    Also, more people disapprove of his performance on the following issues than approve: the federal budget deficit, unemployment, health care, taxes and immigration. Conversely, he’s viewed more favorably than not on his handling of terrorism, the environment, relationships with other countries and education. About equal percentages of people view him positively and negatively on Iraq, Afghanistan, energy and gas prices.

    The AP-GfK Poll was conducted Aug. 11-16 by GfK Roper Public Affairs and Corporate Communications. It involved landline and cell phone interviews with 1,007 adults nationwide and has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.


  62. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Fox! Sam! and Kini!

    Fox, I saw that latest record low statistic on Obama heading for whale sh!t status.

    Har Har Har

    Its a long fall from that pedestal the Communist News build for him in 2008.

    All they can do is feebly attempt to attack the Voter Majority as Cracker Racists (very stupid) and back Obama Policies (very Evil).

    All in all these clowns are seeing the middle of the end of their smoke and mirrors play. Oh them little commies are getting so angwy! spppttttt… they go like a ball of snakies! hahahahahahahahahaha

  63. Foxwood says:

    The sycophants thought he could walk on water. Now Obutthole is barely treading water…

  64. VotingFemale says:

    Fox… the biggest mistake the left made was believing their own propaganda.

    Obama is a salesman… who sold snake oil to a majority of America.

    Problem for him was… he Won.

    The rest was as predictable as sunset following sunrise.

  65. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and the rest of you Crackas!

  66. samiam60 says:

    Ah the Bleeding Hearts are now wailing about the plight of the people in flood ravaged Pakistan. It is a terrible tragedy what is happening there for sure but I am betting those Bleeding Hearts who cry out the most have not given one single dime in donations to help them. Such is the nature of a liberal, all talk and no action. The humanitarian aid will come from the silent conservatives who have Godly Values. It always does.

  67. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Cracka VF!

  68. Foxwood says:

    BRB, got to shower for work.

  69. VotingFemale says:

    What a beautiful day. The Socialists further instill resolve in the awakened Giant and are getting the total crap kicked out of them.

    Obama sets new record AGAIN as his disapproval reaches new heights.

    Lovely… simply lovely.

    Even little conservative babies are laughing at him!

  70. VotingFemale says:

    Fox… Janis is a 4 time DUI offender member of the National Black Caucus who seems not to think her natural dark african hair is good enough for her… ala Maxine Waters who wears a cracka woman wig. lol

  71. Foxwood says:

    Schools claim Lucifer as model and guardian
    Bill Bumpas – OneNewsNow – 8/18/2010 7:00:00

    John Morse Waldorf Methods School (Sacramento, CA)While a California school district is seeing a boom in interest in a controversial educational philosophy that goes back more than 100 years, at the same time it’s fighting a lawsuit over whether the system is legal in public schools.

    California’s capital city offers two Waldorf-inspired public schools — John Morse Waldorf Methods School (K-8), and the high school George Washington Carver School of Arts and Sciences. The Sacramento City Unified School District now is facing a trial in federal court on allegations that those schools are religious, making them ineligible to receive taxpayer dollars.

    The lawsuit, filed in 1998 by the group People for Legal and Nonsectarian Schools, is just now making it to trial after several appeals. In an interview with The Sacramento Bee, the president of PLANS uses phrases like “cult-like religious sect” and “new-age religion” to describe the activities at the schools.

    Dr. Bruce Shortt, author of The Harsh Truth about Public Schools, explains to OneNewsNow that the Waldorf system is based on a dangerous philosophy called “anthroposophy” from the writings of 19th-century Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner.

    Bruce Shortt (Exodus Mandate)”And in those writings he basically posits that the universe is driven by conflict between Lucifer and the god of darkness called ‘Ahriman’ — and his educational philosophy is built around that conflict,” says Shortt. “…In fact, in his view Christ came to earth as a ‘son god’ to balance the forces of light and darkness.”

    The author says these views are reflected in The Waldorf Teachers Survival Guide.

    “As a matter of fact, quoting from the guide, it says ‘most of what contributes to our work as teachers — preparation work, artistic work, even meditative work — is under the guardianship of Lucifer. We can become great teachers under his supervision….’ And it continues in that vein.”

    Although the Waldorf system is primarily offered through private education, the demand for Waldorf public schools has grown to more than 40 across the country, including two dozen in California.


  72. VotingFemale says:

    A fitting tune…

  73. Foxwood says:

    I sported a ‘fro for about a year… actually it looked more like something Micky Dolence wore…

  74. Foxwood says:

    Check out the videos on this blog from yesterday and today…


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