It doesn't matter how you play the game, it's whether you win or lose, and even that doesn't make that much difference. ~ Coach Finstock ~

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


I am not a political expert or insider to say the least, but after the mid-term elections were over one thing was clear, Americans were tired of how it has been the past two years. I was at the gym Wednesday and happened to arrive in time to listen to Obama’s speech. He called the election night “humbling” and “some election nights are more fun than others.”  He was quick to talk about how the incoming Congress needs to unify their efforts in a changing world. Obama used the word “shellacking” to describe the defeat of the Democrats, hopefully he also realizes that a large reason for the so-called “shellacking” was him and his first 1 ¾ years in office. He requested change back in his 2008 campaign, well you got change, do something with it! The Liberals are coming from all over now blaming the media and churches for the Republicans winning these elections.

In reading the most recent Gallup approval ratings, he reached an all-time low in his 7th quarter in office of 41%, this is one of those things that drives me crazy, because all I heard about when Bush was in office was his approval rating and how bad it was. I have searched for it on the internet and watch enough news to be dangerous and cannot remember a time that I have heard a word about Obama’s approval rating. Well here is a little scorecard for you with the last two Presidents, through 635 days in office Bush’s rating was 62% and Obama’s rating was 44%. I have his campaign slogan in 2012, Yes We Can’t!!

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