Saturday, June 21, 2008

What does this phrase mean? "large majority of Americans unhappy with the country's direction"

Should we be headed east?
claude_shocked.jpgAre the jewish neocons destroying the nation?
Do we need to become socialist, instead of whatever we are?
Should we pound the Al Saud to ashes and dust instead of being AH buds?
Should we all speak spanish? Or chinese?
Should we ban meat?
Stop all taxes?
Should we invade Iran, kill their leaders, and convert them?
Put me in the category of being unhappy with the nation's direction, but none of the reasons for that would lead me to conclude anything but that the election of Obama would make me even more unhappy.

Barack (??? If it was the other way around would they say 'John'?) finally has his bounce. For weeks many political experts and pollsters have been wondering why the race between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain had stayed so tight, even after the Illinois senator wrested the nomination from Hillary Clinton. With numbers consistently showing rock-bottom approval ratings for President Bush and a large majority of Americans unhappy with the country's direction, the opposing-party candidate should, in the normal course, have attracted more disaffected voters. Now it looks as if Obama is doing just that. A new NEWSWEEK Poll shows that he has a substantial double-digit lead, 51 percent to 36 percent, over McCain among registered voters nationwide.
This kind of poll is about the lead I would have expected.
But by the time November rolls around the landscape will have changed a dozen times.
Never the less, if this story doesn't, by its sycophant-ish, sick sweet, referral to Barack demonstrate the fact that the MSM is not just in the tank but PROMOTING Obama, then we only need to consider that only Fox has bothered to report in detail (or at all) the story of multiple party leaders (including a former prez candidate - Dodd) receiving sweetheart loans from Countrywide mortgage, amid phone calls to their CEO looking for preferential treatment, while the mortgage crisis bloomed around them.

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