Monday, January 27, 2014

“54 percent of 18-24-year-olds say they would vote to “recall and replace” the president”

Joseph Curl: from Panic in the White House
The 2nd most dependable votes for the progressive ideology are leaving in droves
  • Just 24 percent of the new enrollees to Obamacare are between 18 and 34.
  • Arizona and West Virginia saw just 17 percent of the age group enroll
  • Just 41 percent of 18-to-29-year-olds approve of the job Mr. Obama is doing — down 11 points from April — and 54 percent now disapprove, a Harvard poll found.
  • 57 percent disapprove of Obamacare (just 38 percent approve).
  • 40 percent say health care will get worse (18 percent think it will improve)
  • 51 percent think costs will rise (34 percent say costs will stay the same; just 11 percent think costs will decrease)
From assorted polls.
A beauty of analysis:
There are a few reasons for the sudden exodus: First, millennials detest the NSA phone snooping program. And they were put off Obamacare by the technically inept rollout, when the federal webpage wouldn’t work for weeks. Plus, few can find jobs as the economy continues to flounder.
Still, just as the president did in the 2012 election — when he made college loan forgiveness a campaign issue and flip-flopped on gay marriage to draw the vote from millennials in liberal colleges (which means any college) — Mr. Obama has thrown them another bone. In an interview this month, the president said he thinks smoking marijuana is no different than drinking alcohol. Stoners from the University of Florida all the way to Choom State College in Hawaii applauded, between bong hits, of course.
Now, he’s making a big push into social media, you know, to “hang out” with America’s future. First, theWhite Housewill host a virtual “Big Block of Cheese Day” (don’t ask). “Dozens ofWhite Houseofficials will take to social media for a daylong ‘open house’ to answer questions from everyday Americans in real-time onTwitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram,” theWhite Housesays.
Then, three days after his State of the Union address on Tuesday, the president will chat with youngsters in what Google is promoting as the first “Presidential Hangout Road Trip.”
“He’ll hop into Google+ Hangouts with people from across the United States to answer their questions and hear their thoughts about the topics he addressed in his speech,” one blog said. And to lure the self-obsessed young into participating, questioners are asked to “record a 60-second video with your name, location, a bit about yourself and the question you’d like to ask.”
Sorry, but like the flash and pajamas over Obamacare, the creepy Hollywood and Mad Men type ‘training’ session on how to ‘market’ and ‘rebrand’ Obamacare, which fails when young (and nearly all) people see the premiums, the MEAT, young people are now fully exposed and in contact with the real Obama-Progressive  reality.
And like everyone else who must earn and find work, and then hopefully have families, and travel thru ACTUAL REAL and PHYSICAL LIFE, the young people realize more and more that this man and what makes him who he is, is imagined in their own hearts and minds ..HOPE is not a policy. HOPE cannot be eaten. HOPE cannot survive the next day’s reality when it must be translated in that which pays the utility bills.
Obama has proven to be a professional only when his own personal political future is at stake. Then he can imagine the promises that will resonate with enough voters to get their votes. But winning an election(s) cannot translate into jobs when the underlying promises can NEVER be met, and the underlying ideologies do not parallel physical reality. This is true even when the govt ‘aid’ approaches and then crosses the line from helping hands touching those who need it, and becomes HEROIN for votes, to those who know the promises are false but are too desperate over tomorrow to acknowledge that in the mirror, and take the fix, as they feel they must.
The only thing sustaining the Democratic Party today is the failure of actions, and the choice of words of the their opposition. The people can’t stand the democrats right now, but the republicans cannot attract any more people because they have NOT been successful in PUBLICIZING their plans and how the benefit people.

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