President Barack Obama Continued Poll Number Drop … Cap & Trade Legislation Not on the Table This Year
As Barack Obama’s poll numbers continue to fall and it becomes more and more evident that “We the People” want nothing of his socialist agenda that will do nothing but raise deficits and adversely affect an economy that is already is a recession … an Obama advisor stated that climate change Cap & Trade legislation will not be able to pass this year. With the ever increasing cost to families that this legislation will cost American, one would doubt whether it will ever see the light of day. Pushing a vote to next year even closer to the 2010 midterm elections, politicians who actually want to return to Washington, DC would be wise to be absent on the day of the Cap & tax vote.
President Barack Obama’s top energy adviser said Friday there is no way Congress will be able to pass a bill on climate change this year.
“That’s not going to happen,” said the adviser, Carol Browner.
Browner made the statement at a conference organized by The Atlantic magazine, just days after Senate Democrats introduced a major bill on climate change. In a video posted on the magazine’s Web site, Browner was asked about the prospects of enacting climate legislation by the time negotiations on a global climate treaty begin in December in Copenhagen.
Americans already facing financial difficulties are really going to appreciate an extra $1,761 a year per household with Cap & Tax. Oh wait, look at this … cap & tax cost went up again. According to a report in the New York Post the cost per household is closer to $1,870.
Rasmussen Reports indicate that Obama has an overall approval rating in September of 49%. As poll numbers go down, what Democrat politician in their right mind is going to stick their neck out for a President with downward trending poll numbers?