The Aniti Business President … 77% of US Investors Believe Obama is Anti-Business


Welcome to the anti-business President and ultimately the reason why the US continues to lose jobs and we have a 10% unemployment rate.

Anyone surprised that Obama is looked upon as anti-business?  Barack Obama spooked the market Thursday, after asking Congress for limits on how large big banks can be and to end some of the risky trading large financial companies.


President Barack Obama has recently hit new poll lows in dealing with the economy. Americans by a 56% to 40% margin disapprove on how Obama has handled the economy.

Does it really come as a shock to any one that the US business investors think that President Barack Obama is anti-business? 77% of US business investor respondents believe Obama is too anti-business and four out of five are only somewhat confident or not confident of his ability to handle a financial emergency. Of course the first question is, only 77% of investors think Obama is anti-business? I would have thought much more than that.

U.S. investors overwhelmingly see President Barack Obama as anti-business and question his ability to manage a financial crisis, according to a Bloomberg survey.

The global quarterly poll of investors and analysts who are Bloomberg subscribers finds that 77 percent of U.S. respondents believe Obama is too anti-business and four-out-of-five are only somewhat confident or not confident of his ability to handle a financial emergency.

The poll also finds a decline in Obama’s overall favorability rating one year after taking office. He is viewed favorably by 27 percent of U.S. investors. In an October poll, 32 percent in the U.S. held a positive impression.

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The poll also finds a decline in Obama’s overall favorability rating one year after taking office. He is viewed favorably by 27 percent of U.S. investors. In an October poll, 32 percent in the U.S. held a positive impression.

“Investors no longer feel they can trust their instincts to take risks,” said poll respondent David Young, a managing director for a broker dealer in New York. Young cited Obama’s efforts to trim bonuses and earnings, make health care his top priority over jobs and plans to tax “the rich or advantaged.”

And this President is supposed to create a favorable environment for job growth? Never going to happen. That’s what occurs when Americans elect a socialist President during a recession.

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    12 Responses to “The Aniti Business President … 77% of US Investors Believe Obama is Anti-Business”

    1. Tamikosmom on January 23rd, 2010 2:37 pm

      Considering Barack Obama is affiliated with the Democratic Party but … in reality … embraces an ideology that is to the extreme left of the political spectrum … mainstream liberals are finding a home within the Republican Party. The positive aspect is the defeat of Barack Obama. The negative aspect is that the foundational principles that once identified the Republic Party are at risk.

      Am I making sense?



      Updated January 23, 2010
      Party-Switching Congressman Faces GOP Distrust in Alabama

      “His ideology has not changed,” said Jim Burden, chairman of the Limestone County GOP. “He supported Nancy Pelosi. He contributed money to her. He supported Howard Dean.”

      After Griffith signed a pledge to repeal a health care reform bill, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee pulled up a local article from 2006 that said he supported universal health care.

      But Griffith on Thursday denied he was a political opportunist. He said he switched parties because the Democratic Party leadership was taking the country “so far to the left that it’s on the verge of a cliff.”


    2. brie. on January 23rd, 2010 2:41 pm

      He doesn’t even know what the hell he’s doing…!!!.

    3. Tamikosmom on January 23rd, 2010 2:51 pm


      Another negative …

      Democrats crossing the floor to the Republican Party should be suspect to a degree. They could be plants by the Obama administration to assure that policies receive the required votes to assure implementation.

    4. brie. on January 23rd, 2010 3:02 pm

      The worst the country has even seen..!!!!

    5. Tamikosmom on January 23rd, 2010 3:55 pm


      The manipulation of the democratic process to achieve an outcome in a quest for government control is downright frightening.

      There are rumblings … the people are finally getting it but … three years down the road will it be too late to turn back?



      Updated January 23, 2010
      Dems Reportedly Eyeing Companion Health Care Legislation to Win Approval

      House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid reportedly are considering a new list of changes to the Senate health care reform bill that could be passed separately as a way to advance the suddenly stalled overhaul of the health care system.

      If such changes are passed in a separate piece of legislation, it could make the current Senate health care bill acceptable to enough liberal House members to pass it, allowing Democrats to achieve their goal of sweeping health care reform, Politico reported.

      But the move also could spark resentment toward the party for pushing through the same health plan that some have argued voters in Massachusetts rejected in the closely watched election of Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown, who had pledged to block the Senate bill.


    6. rightknight on January 23rd, 2010 4:13 pm

      The Barack Oblivet is not mad at big
      businesses as long as he is controlling
      them entirely. Controlled businesses
      can be weapons, just as gigantic Unions
      may be wielded against the People when
      those Unions are beholden.

    7. J.Jay on January 23rd, 2010 4:35 pm

      Ok. Investors don’t like the guy who wants to regulate away their insane income, the computer game SpeedTrade, their private jets, balls of gold and stolen bonuses. Nice argument.

    8. Scared Monkeys on January 23rd, 2010 5:06 pm


      Why should Obama he allowed to regulate anyone’s income? Are you joking?

      Maybe we should be able to dictate yours as well.

      BTW, the next time Obama and the Democratic controlled Congress want to pass a stimulus package, maybe they would like to actually define the fine details that you are complaining about.

      But of course that’s what occurs when a halfwit is over his head and has no idea what he is doing

    9. tuyvnsurvivor on January 23rd, 2010 6:16 pm

      #7, maybe you work hard and are smarter than most; sacrifice your time to get ahead, responsible, dig hard to learn, retrain – be at the top of anything you do…never needing the protection of a gang to see you through. That is good, I commend you for learning to do profitable and charitable things as an enjoyement rather than booze and dance, screw up and lay down.

      Myself. I once traded stocks very efficiently…few can you know, as it takes massive hours of research and study, years of experience. IMHO. I sold all my stocks and put it in things that help no one. As well, friends have asked me to toss in some money in charming businesses and crank them up…the widgets were my own ideas. But no, why should I to be resented? And what negatives does the sociolist party plan for me if a business venturer? I have closed everything down other than our small farm, and it is posted against treaspassing for all government employees without a warrabt in hand. I am on vacation, as are acquantances – several. No need in my being resented…it is not excuse enough my sort might drive a 14 year old PU truck, wear 10 year old clothes or once lived in a horse barn. Good sociolists do not care, not if they themselves are lazy enough, dance good, smoke em, co-forte, and are satisfied to stay dumb.

    10. J.Jay on January 24th, 2010 4:20 am

      SM:When there is regulation for accountability on the financial markets it will automatically cut their income down to size. Cause and effect, logic, transitive imperative, call it what you want. Tieing their incomes to their long-term results is absolutely necessary. Why give bankers more freedom than anyone else? I pay for my mistakes. But when it suits your argument, you seem to accept almost everything.

    11. tuyvnsurvivor on January 24th, 2010 11:08 am

      #10, I realize you are not talking to me, so excuse me please.

      I agree with some of which you speek. I wish you could be on a public company board of directors. Managements should not be able to hire, fire, and run tuff over BOD’s…hiring chums generally. As well the collective voice of shareholders, stopping every manner of public company scam needs to have weight — aside from percentage of outstanding shares — where abuse of perks and awarded shares goes to the CEO, his family and friends…insiders.

      Do away with the useless SEC. A false sense of protection, where in reality they are far understaffed and rarely answer a call. Oh they will catch you or I for a trading infraction, violating a hard to understand rule, but let public companies get away with all sorts of in house lawyer defended hustle. They do not and cannot get around to enforcement. The majority of enforcement, or is it exposure of ilk, use of public companies as a proprietorship, over indulgence of gifts to management is accomplished by shorts. Without them digging for ill managed traits and then shorting the stocks…skies the limit for overbloating, with tremendous falls a certainty. And there are volunteers who research corrupt public companies — of which there many many corrupt. I have done a great deal of that expossing.

      Having once an invention that came to the point of going public business wise. I found there only one true reason for those around me to push for going public. To multiply the value of something. Greed. Expanded abiltiy to lie/hype, incenuate. To put out PR’s of legalized coulda’s with not a truth to be found. I and other traders, as a matter of fact, often read junk PR’s compare them to SEC reports per the same subject, thereby spotting the more blatant frauds and trade ahead of the curve. There is much to talk of.

      But the Obama and sociolist way is treaspassing on the grass root free enterprize, making a climate for stalking (yes, that is it) the enterprizing and the risk taking. Job making, money circulating, innovation, advances, stabilty. Pride is drooped.

    12. nurturer on January 25th, 2010 7:02 am

      Obama is a marxist. People will understand that more and more as time goes on.

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