Barack Obama … Less Than 60 Days from Midterm Elections and “The One” has a -21% Presidential Approval Index Rating
Why did anyone think a Socialist could create jobs?
Barack Hussein Obama is a total and complete disaster as President and the voters know it. With the 2010 midterm elections right around the corner, Obama has a -21% Presidential Approval Index Rating according to Rasmussen. Only 42% of voters approve of the job that Obama has done, while 56% disapprove.
Why are Obama’s numbers so poor … he earned them.
- The unemployment rate is up to 9.6%.
- Obama’s fabled Summer of job recovery has lost 283,000 jobs.
- Record number of Americans on food stamps.
- Record federal deficits
- Defying We the People and pushing Obamacare down the throats of Americans.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows that 24% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-five percent (45%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -21 (see trends).
Americans have grown weary of this deceitful President. Just before Labor Day weekend, poor job numbers are released and Barack Hussein Obama does a “happy, happy, joy, joy” dance about some silver lining but doesn’t mention there was a net job loss of 54K.
Today the president refrained from mentioning the net job loss of 54,000 jobs, or ever that August brought a net job loss. He said that the 67,000 private sector jobs created were “not nearly good enough” and said he would “in the weeks ahead” be detailing “further steps to create jobs and keep the economy growing, including extending tax cuts for the middle class and investing in the areas of our economy where the potential for job growth is greatest.”
The upcoming 2010 midterm elections are going to be all about the economy and Obama’s policies. Obama has had two years and has made matters worse. Both unemployment and spending have increased under Obama … the Democrats will feel the voters wrath on November 2.