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buzz
2010-10-12 19:21:12 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'

By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT

The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.

A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women’s group.

POLITICO 44

The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.

Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.

The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.

Among independent women – a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over – a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush’s administration.

The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.

“People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,” said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. “Everybody realizes we’re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn’t expect.”

In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.

Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.

You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.

LOL!!!!


God Bless America...God Damn Rev J. Wright and his white hating black
panther buddies.

Calling an illegal alien an 'undocumented immigrant' is like calling a
drug dealer an 'unlicensed pharmacist'


"The Police acted stupidly"...Urkel Husein before taking time to learn
the facts.

Q...What does Barack Hussein Obama and Osama bin Laden have in common?
A...They both have friends that bombed the Pentagon.

"forget the truck...everybody can buy a truck."...Urkel Obama

Not in your economy Mr. Urkel Obama

"Navy corpse-man"...Urkel Obama (three times)

"We don't begrudge success. But I do think at a
certain point you've made enough money." -Urkel Obama

Liberal slogan: "Cool-Aid Cool-Aid, tastes great, Cool-Aid Cool-Aid,
can't wait".

Barack Hussein Obama...mmm mmm mmm
Send HIM to Pakistan to fight Osama...mmm mmm mmm

Simple-minded lying dummycrats (the party that birthed the KKK) and
liberals...morons electing morons.

Sex offender? Rapist? Child molester? Pedophile? Deal in child porn? Any
or all of these and not in jail? Thank a lib, especially a lib judge.
Weasle Obstructionists
2010-10-12 19:35:10 UTC
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Poll: Gays feelsee Bush administration as a 'failure'
Bush let his Gay buddies in Saudi Arabia down. He didn't get then as many
American jobs as the Red Chinese.
Buerste
2010-10-12 23:03:14 UTC
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Poll: Gays feelsee Bush administration as a 'failure'
Bush let his Gay buddies in Saudi Arabia down. He didn't get then as many
American jobs as the Red Chinese.
You libturds are the ones that drove companies overseas. But, you're too
stupid to understand.
Weasle Obstructionists
2010-10-13 00:09:56 UTC
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Poll: Gays feelsee Bush administration as a 'failure'
Bush let his Gay buddies in Saudi Arabia down. He didn't get then as
many American jobs as the Red Chinese.
You libturds are the ones that drove companies overseas. But, you're too
stupid to understand.
Yeah, 12 years of pug Congress and 8 years of Bush. How did Dems do that
again???
Salad
2010-10-12 19:35:40 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women’s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women – a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over – a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush’s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.
“People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,” said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. “Everybody realizes we’re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn’t expect.”
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Sid9
2010-10-12 20:27:40 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women’s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a failure,
while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women – a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over – a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush’s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature achievements
helps explain, at least in part, why the president and congressional
Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since early last year
and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm elections. Women
historically turn out in larger numbers than men, spelling trouble for
incumbents.
“People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,” said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. “Everybody realizes we’re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn’t expect.”
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats vs
37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't claim
the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some bills
like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
.
.
Bloomberg Poll conducted by Selzer & Co. Oct. 7-10, 2010. N=721 likely
voters nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.7.

"If the elections for the U.S. House of Representatives were being held
today, which party's candidate would you vote for in your congressional
district: the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate or for some
other candidate?" If unsure: "Which way are you leaning: toward the
Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate or for some other
candidate?"

Democratic Republican Other Unsure
42% 40% 12% 6%
10/7-10/10

Pollingreport.com
Salad
2010-10-12 23:45:18 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package
and an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women’s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit
for his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
53 percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women – a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over – a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the
stimulus package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset
Relief Program as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during
former President George W. Bush’s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the
midterm elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than
men, spelling trouble for incumbents.
“People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,” said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of
The Kitchen Cabinet. “Everybody realizes we’re burying our kids in
debt, and even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they
didn’t expect.”
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie
libs can't claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change.
His slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to
the corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no
change. More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't
enthusiastic it's because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we
can't!". He's simply a more palatable Republican than McCain and that
airhead Palin.
.
.
Bloomberg Poll conducted by Selzer & Co. Oct. 7-10, 2010. N=721 likely
voters nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.7.
"If the elections for the U.S. House of Representatives were being held
today, which party's candidate would you vote for in your congressional
district: the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate or for
some other candidate?" If unsure: "Which way are you leaning: toward the
Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate or for some other
candidate?"
Democratic Republican Other Unsure
42% 40% 12% 6%
10/7-10/10
Pollingreport.com
So it's a tossup. The Democrats have the spine of a worm and let the
Republicans set their agenda.

On a side note, Whitman is spending nearly $150,000,000 of her own money
for a job that pays around $200,000. On a crapshoot. Mostly the big
spenders win, sometimes they lose. It just shows our gov't is for sale.

Ex: Republicans say "Give corporations a tax break". Obama says
"Brilliant". The corporations invest in China, buy back their stock,
and cut jobs in the US. Win win for them and the politicians;
Republican or Democrat.
Sid9
2010-10-12 23:49:33 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women’s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit
for his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
53 percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women – a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over – a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the
stimulus package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset
Relief Program as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during
former President George W. Bush’s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the
midterm elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than
men, spelling trouble for incumbents.
“People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,” said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. “Everybody realizes we’re burying our kids in debt,
and even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn’t
expect.”
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
.
.
Bloomberg Poll conducted by Selzer & Co. Oct. 7-10, 2010. N=721 likely
voters nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.7.
"If the elections for the U.S. House of Representatives were being held
today, which party's candidate would you vote for in your congressional
district: the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate or for
some other candidate?" If unsure: "Which way are you leaning: toward the
Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate or for some other
candidate?"
Democratic Republican Other Unsure
42% 40% 12% 6%
10/7-10/10
Pollingreport.com
So it's a tossup. The Democrats have the spine of a worm and let the
Republicans set their agenda.
On a side note, Whitman is spending nearly $150,000,000 of her own money
for a job that pays around $200,000. On a crapshoot. Mostly the big
spenders win, sometimes they lose. It just shows our gov't is for sale.
Ex: Republicans say "Give corporations a tax break". Obama says
"Brilliant". The corporations invest in China, buy back their stock, and
cut jobs in the US. Win win for them and the politicians; Republican or
Democrat.
.
.
The reasons money works is a tribute the advertising industry and the
stupidity of those who uncritically watch and read the campaign material.
buzz
2010-10-13 04:30:52 UTC
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.
Bloomberg Poll conducted by Selzer & Co. Oct. 7-10, 2010. N=721 likely
voters nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.7.
"If the elections for the U.S. House of Representatives were being held
today, which party's candidate would you vote for in your congressional
district: the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate or for
some other candidate?" If unsure: "Which way are you leaning: toward the
Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate or for some other
candidate?"
Democratic Republican Other Unsure
42% 40% 12% 6%
10/7-10/10
Pollingreport.com
Read it an weep, simple-minded wet-pantie lib.

Wisconsin Senate

Johnson (R) 52%
Feingold (D) 44%

Wisconsin Governor

Walker (R) 49%
Barrett (D) 45%

Colorado Senate

Buck (R) 47%
Bennet (D) 43%

Colorado Governor

Hickenlooper (D) 44%
Tancredo (I) 34%
Maes (R) 15%

Illinois Senate

Kirk (R) 42%
Giannoulias (D) 40%
Jones (G) 7 %

Illinois Governor

Brady (R) 46%
Quinn (D) 36%

Washington Senate

Murray (D) - 48%
Rossi (R) - 47%

Ohio Senate

Portman (R) 50%
Fisher (D) 37%

Ohio Governor

Kasich (R) 45%
Strickland (D) 43%

God Bless America...God Damn Rev J. Wright and his white hating black
panther buddies.

Calling an illegal alien an 'undocumented immigrant' is like calling a
drug dealer an 'unlicensed pharmacist'


"The Police acted stupidly"...Urkel Husein before taking time to learn
the facts.

Q...What does Barack Hussein Obama and Osama bin Laden have in common?
A...They both have friends that bombed the Pentagon.

"forget the truck...everybody can buy a truck."...Urkel Obama

Not in your economy Mr. Urkel Obama

"Navy corpse-man"...Urkel Obama (three times)

"We don't begrudge success. But I do think at a
certain point you've made enough money." -Urkel Obama

Liberal slogan: "Cool-Aid Cool-Aid, tastes great, Cool-Aid Cool-Aid,
can't wait".

Barack Hussein Obama...mmm mmm mmm
Send HIM to Pakistan to fight Osama...mmm mmm mmm

Simple-minded lying dummycrats (the party that birthed the KKK) and
liberals...morons electing morons.

Sex offender? Rapist? Child molester? Pedophile? Deal in child porn? Any
or all of these and not in jail? Thank a lib, especially a lib judge.
k00k Keith Ogremann
2010-10-14 00:38:21 UTC
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Post by Sid9
"If the elections for the U.S. House of Representatives were being held
today, which party's candidate would you vote for in your congressional
district: the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate or for some
other candidate?" If unsure: "Which way are you leaning: toward the
Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate or for some other
candidate?"
Democratic Republican Other Unsure
42% 40% 12% 6%
10/7-10/10
Pollingreport.com
============================================
Democrats throw in towel in 5 districts


By ALEX ISENSTADT & JOHN BRESNAHAN | 10/12/10 3:25 PM EDT Updated: 10/13/10
5:36 AM EDT
House Democrats have cancelled advertising time in five congressional
districts, suggesting that the national party views its prospects in those
closely contested races as increasingly dire.

POLITICO has learned that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
will pull its ad buys three two freshmen, Florida Rep. Suzanne Kosmas, Ohio
Rep. Steve Driehaus, and Pennsylvania Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper, in the final
two weeks of the race. The DCCC will also pull the plug in two
conservative-minded, Democratic-held open seats: Indiana's 8th District and
Tennessee's 8th District, according to a Democratic insider who is familiar
with the ad-spending plans.


In addition, the DCCC has trimmed advertising time in Arizona's 5th District
and Wisconsin's 8th District, where two-term Democratic Reps. Harry Mitchell
and Steve Kagen face uphill reelection campaigns. The committee has also
decreased ad time for North Carolina Rep. Larry Kissell.

CLARIFICATION: The original version of this story stated that the DCCC was
cutting ad time for Kathy Dahlkemper. The committee has actually canceled
all of its planned ad buys in her district.



Read more:
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43482.html#ixzz12HsERitp

Read more:
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43482.html#ixzz12Hs9zhX9
Butteye Jest
2010-10-12 21:54:37 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women¹s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women ­ a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over ­ a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush¹s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.
³People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,² said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. ³Everybody realizes we¹re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn¹t expect.²
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Well at least the decision about what medical services need to be done
will be decided upon by the Doctor and patient, and not some insurance
hack out to save bucks regardless of who dies.

Why are the right-wing so adamant against getting destructive big
ruthless business out of our lives?
--
Ole Butteye

It's difficult to provide rational arguments in response
to arguments that are inherently based on irrational notions.
DogDiesel
2010-10-12 23:26:20 UTC
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Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women¹s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women ­ a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over ­ a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush¹s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.
³People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,² said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. ³Everybody realizes we¹re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn¹t expect.²
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Well at least the decision about what medical services need to be done
will be decided upon by the Doctor and patient, and not some insurance
hack out to save bucks regardless of who dies.
Why are the right-wing so adamant against getting destructive big
ruthless business out of our lives?
Because we know big business isnt destructive. Just like our founding
fathers knew . Big business created America and Americas wealth. The
Federal government is the evil destructive America robbing enemy.

Why do you think working to live a better life is wrong.
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Ole Butteye
It's difficult to provide rational arguments in response
to arguments that are inherently based on irrational notions.
Salad
2010-10-12 23:47:42 UTC
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Politico.Com
Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women¹s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women ­ a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over ­ a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush¹s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.
³People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,² said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. ³Everybody realizes we¹re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn¹t expect.²
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Well at least the decision about what medical services need to be done
will be decided upon by the Doctor and patient, and not some insurance
hack out to save bucks regardless of who dies.
Why are the right-wing so adamant against getting destructive big
ruthless business out of our lives?
People like us our motivation is quality of life. People like buzz?
Money. They think they can take it with them when they die.
DogDiesel
2010-10-12 23:52:34 UTC
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Politico.Com
Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women¹s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women ­ a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over ­ a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush¹s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.
³People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,² said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. ³Everybody realizes we¹re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn¹t expect.²
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Well at least the decision about what medical services need to be done
will be decided upon by the Doctor and patient, and not some insurance
hack out to save bucks regardless of who dies.
Why are the right-wing so adamant against getting destructive big
ruthless business out of our lives?
People like us our motivation is quality of life. People like buzz?
Money. They think they can take it with them when they die.
No they leave it to their children. Unlike you parasites that thinks its
yours.
Salad
2010-10-13 00:31:58 UTC
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Post by Salad
Post by buzz
Politico.Com
Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package and
an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women¹s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit for
his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
The economic stimulus package is viewed only slightly more favorably: 53
percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a success.
Among independent women ­ a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over ­ a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the stimulus
package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during former President
George W. Bush¹s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the midterm
elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than men,
spelling trouble for incumbents.
³People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,² said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. ³Everybody realizes we¹re burying our kids in debt, and
even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn¹t expect.²
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Well at least the decision about what medical services need to be done
will be decided upon by the Doctor and patient, and not some insurance
hack out to save bucks regardless of who dies.
Why are the right-wing so adamant against getting destructive big
ruthless business out of our lives?
People like us our motivation is quality of life. People like buzz?
Money. They think they can take it with them when they die.
No they leave it to their children. Unlike you parasites that thinks its
yours.
I have no idea what you are talking about. Unless you are a Walton.
DogDiesel
2010-10-13 02:23:03 UTC
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Post by buzz
Politico.Com
Poll: Women see Barack Obama administration as a 'failure'
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN | 10/11/10 9:07 PM EDT Updated: 10/12/10 2:31 PM EDT
The White House may view the last 18 months as historic, racking up a
legislative scorecard that includes a $787 billion stimulus package
and an overhaul of the health care system.
A majority of women, however, see it as a failure, according to a new
poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway for The Kitchen Cabinet, a
conservative women¹s group.
POLITICO 44
The findings point to the divide this year between Washington and the
electorate, which has yet to give President Barack Obama much credit
for his string of legislative victories.
Fifty-six percent of women consider the health care reform law a
failure, while 29 percent view it as a success, according to the poll.
53 percent say it was a failure, while 34 percent say it was a
success.
Among independent women ­ a group that Democrats and Republicans are
battling over ­ a majority viewed the health care overhaul, the
stimulus package, the auto industry bailout and the Troubled Asset
Relief Program as failures, the poll found. TARP was approved during
former President George W. Bush¹s administration.
The negative take on what the White House views as signature
achievements helps explain, at least in part, why the president and
congressional Democrats have seen their approval ratings plunge since
early last year and are struggling to gain traction ahead of the
midterm elections. Women historically turn out in larger numbers than
men, spelling trouble for incumbents.
³People who voted for Obama feel just as betrayed by the outcome as
conservatives,² said Sonja Eddings Brown, treasurer and creator of The
Kitchen Cabinet. ³Everybody realizes we¹re burying our kids in debt,
and even Democrats realize hope and change had a price tag they didn¹t
expect.²
In the survey, 41 percent of the women identified themselves as
Democrats, 37 percent as Republicans and 15 percent as independents.
Notice that 41 percent of the women identified themselves as Democrats
vs 37 percent Republicans, so you simple-minded wet pantie libs can't
claim the poll was skewed toward Repubs.
You don't see any fainting women at Urkel Hussein Obama's rallies
anymore. Guess they now agree with Rush.
LOL!!!!
Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply
a more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
Well at least the decision about what medical services need to be done
will be decided upon by the Doctor and patient, and not some insurance
hack out to save bucks regardless of who dies.
Why are the right-wing so adamant against getting destructive big
ruthless business out of our lives?
People like us our motivation is quality of life. People like buzz?
Money. They think they can take it with them when they die.
No they leave it to their children. Unlike you parasites that thinks its
yours.
I have no idea what you are talking about. Unless you are a Walton.
Of course you don't. The concept of caring for your family and leaving ALL
your money to them is beyond you're comprehension.
buzz
2010-10-13 04:39:47 UTC
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Earth to buzz! Earth to buzz! Obama run on a platform of change. His
slogan was "Yes, we can!". He got a congress with the majority of
Democrats. And anytime Fox said boo, he jumped right and so did the
congress. So the US gets more of the same. He may have gotten some
bills like health care and financial reform passed but they tilt to the
corporations and lobbyists benefit, not the citizens. IOW, no change.
More of the same. So if the Democratic women aren't enthusiastic it's
because Obama's slogan should have been "Yes, we can't!". He's simply a
more palatable Republican than McCain and that airhead Palin.
And if Urkel Hussein's policies are so great, then why aren't any
simple-minded dummycrats running on those policies? Why aren't they
touting how great Urkel's health care plan is, how great cap and trade
will be, how the stimulus saved the economy (instead it put it in the
crapper), how Urkel's stimulus is creating millions of jobs? Because
none of that "hope" and "change" happened. The simple-minded dummycrats
that are running for election in November are running from Urkel as fast
as they can. All the simple-minded dummycrats have left is to attack the
opponent with vicious attack ads of lies and smears since they can't run
on Urkel's failed policies. And there is even one simple-minded
dummycrat running for re-election (Bill Owens) that is bragging about
voting against Urkel and with Republicans 63% of the time. Just shows
how desperate the simple-minded dummycrats are to get votes.

God Bless America...God Damn Rev J. Wright and his white hating black
panther buddies.

Calling an illegal alien an 'undocumented immigrant' is like calling a
drug dealer an 'unlicensed pharmacist'


"The Police acted stupidly"...Urkel Husein before taking time to learn
the facts.

Q...What does Barack Hussein Obama and Osama bin Laden have in common?
A...They both have friends that bombed the Pentagon.

"forget the truck...everybody can buy a truck."...Urkel Obama

Not in your economy Mr. Urkel Obama

"Navy corpse-man"...Urkel Obama (three times)

"We don't begrudge success. But I do think at a
certain point you've made enough money." -Urkel Obama

Liberal slogan: "Cool-Aid Cool-Aid, tastes great, Cool-Aid Cool-Aid,
can't wait".

Barack Hussein Obama...mmm mmm mmm
Send HIM to Pakistan to fight Osama...mmm mmm mmm

Simple-minded lying dummycrats (the party that birthed the KKK) and
liberals...morons electing morons.

Sex offender? Rapist? Child molester? Pedophile? Deal in child porn? Any
or all of these and not in jail? Thank a lib, especially a lib judge.
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