Quite Presidential, indeed!
President Obama is running out of people to blame since he, today, decided to blame all of Congress for the problems we have today. His statement said the “worst thing” that could happen was for Congress to decide to return to Washington, D.C.
I imagine that will warm the hearts of those in Congress and likely will persuade the folks who were elected to serve to want to bail out the President. He could’ve riled up the Democrats as much as he did the Republicans with this statement in a Holland, MI plant.
President Obama’s approval rating in the Rasmussen daily poll stood at -22 this morning. That is the composite that Rasmussen uses to provide insight into the difference between those who strongly believe he is doing the right things versus those who strongly believe he is doing the wrong things. 22% more strongly believe he is on the wrong track than strongly believe he is on the right track..
This will certainly boost the stock market. This will certainly make employers want to hire more employees. This will certainly convince the Republicans that they want to help him out of the hole he has dug for himself.
Once again, we are treated to the infantile ranting that he is getting to be known for producing.
He is gaining ground about as rapidly as the forces which deployed in Wisconsin to re-make our state into what it used to be rather than what it has become under Governor Walker and a Republican majority.
Maybe the state Democrat Party leadership can be brought to Washington to help out.