Who said the following regarding President Barack Hussein Obama, “He’s Beginning To Be Not Believable To Me.” OK, let’s rephrase that question as people might answer with, who has not said that phrase.
What long time Senate politician made the comment, “He’s Beginning To Be Not Believable To Me?” Hint, it’s not a Republican.
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“He says ‘I’m for clean coal,’ and then he says it in his speeches, but he doesn’t say it in here,” said Sen. Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia. “And he doesn’t say it in the minds of my own people. And he’s beginning to not be believable to me.”
West Virginia and coal state Senator Jay Rockefeller made the comment and has the feeling of what most people do today. There is nothing that comes from Obama’s lips these days or things that he said during the campaign that are believable. Whether it be the words from Obama’s lips on taxes increases for those making under $250K, transparency of health care debates, bipartisanship, stimulus bills creating or saving jobs keeping unemployment at 8%, taxing Cadillac health care plans, no lobbyists in administration, taxes or any promises of hope and change … Obama has failed on all.
Americans have fallen out of favor and trust with Obama. How many times must we remind people, it’s In God We Trust, not Obama.
Is it any wonder why Obama has fallen in the polls and Democrats are on the verge of a disaster in the upcoming 2010 midterm elections. In all aspects of Obama’s policies, he has either flip-flopped or failed. His own party has turned against him in that with overwhelming majorities, he cannot get any of his socialist agenda passed.
As Jay Rockefeller stated, “He’s Beginning To Be Not Believable To Me.”