Friday, April 2, 2010

'What, Me Worry?' Obama in Free Fall

President Barrack Hussein Obama's approval ratings have taken a major dive with his forcing the nation to accept a government run healthcare program. Concerns over costs, concerns over governmental intrusion, concerns over the decline of the world's greatest healthcare system and concerns over the manner in which this major undertaking was "passed into law" without the normal parliamentary procedures have all resulted in the president's approval stepping off the plane at 30,000 feet.

"It's fun to feel the air whipping through my hair. It's really a thrill!"

A recent poll reported at CBS News shows the president's callous handling of the nation the people entrusted him with have resulted in a sharp response from the plebes.
"President Obama's overall job approval rating has fallen to an all-time low of 44 percent, down five points from late March, just before the health bill's passage in the House of Representatives. It's down 24 points since his all-time high last April."

This is in spite of his legislative 'achievement.'
"The latest CBS News Poll, conducted between March 29 and April 1, found Americans unhappier than ever with Mr. Obama's handling of health care - and still worried about the state of the economy."

I must admit, it is fun to feel the wind whipping through your hair. Rock on , Mr. President.


  1. "I do think that there is a tone and tenor that needs to change, where we can disagree without being disagreeable or making wild accusations about the other side. And I think that's what most Americans would like to see, as well."

    Perhaps he can bring that up with some of his Truther acquaintances.

  2. Rats. Wrong box, again. And I can't even blame it on the "nesting"!

  3. I'm so hoping that when the truth about That Man's birth does eventually come out, it will be the case that he isn't a natural born citizen. The reason I hope that is that if that is the case, then we can then legally and morally strike him from the list of presidents; for, if he is not a natural born citizen, then he never was president in the first place.

  4. Ilion, these are Democrats we're talking about here, which brings to mind a variation off a quote from another great Bogart movie, The Treasure of the Sierra Madra, which would be:

    "Rules? We don't need no stinkin' rules!"

    But I love the sentiment. Wipe it from the books. Do it all over. Mulligan!