Obama’s Failed Policies Will Be Forced on an Unwilling Nation
January 25, 2014
By Sara Noble
The truth is the majority of Americans do not want Obama’s big government but he will force it on us anyway. Most would call that tyranny.
The majority of Americans do not want Obama’s big government policies but they are getting them anyway, against their will. Next week, during his State of the Union address, Mr. Obama will push for more of his big government policies and he will continue to lie about the reality of our economy and our standing in the world. He will insist on doing more of what most Americans don’t want.
According to new Quinnipiac polls, 53% of the public say the Obama Administration is incompetent dealing with the economy while 42% say he is.; 59% disapprove of his handling of healthcare, more Americans disapprove of his handling of Iran than approve.
Voters Top Priorities
Health Care 59%
Foreign Policy 49%
Shockingly, a new Fox News poll shows that only 32% like him and his policies while 47% do not.
Three quarters of the American public believe we are sill in a recession. The majority of people no longer trust President Obama. Only 32% trust him.
A new Gallup poll says that two-thirds of the country believe the government is too big and too powerful. Despite this, Senator Chuck Schumer of New York is going to begin a massive effort to convince Americans, especially Conservative Americans that big government is wonderful. He will attempt to change the electoral process and abuse the powers of the IRS and other government agencies to silence opposition.
Despite a big push by Bill de Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, and Chuck Schumer to shut down fiscal conservatism and launch a nationwide campaign for statism, the states that are doing well, ironically, are those run by fiscal conservatives.
Rush Limbaugh made a point of this on his radio show recently and he used bona fide statistics.
The state of Wisconsin’s unemployment rate is “rapidly falling” and the government’s budget ended the year with a $912 million surplus. The dramatic turnaround is due in large part to the conservative policies of Gov. Scott Walker.
Amazingly, Walker is going to rebate the money in the form of tax cuts to the people, who he said own the money.
Walker is proposing a $504 million property and income tax cut plan as a means to return some of the surplus money to the people of Wisconsin. Some Democrats and Republicans are already criticizing the plan and are calling for changes.
“The budget surplus is really your money,” Walker recently said at a meeting of the Wisconsin Grocers Association. “You earned it.”
However, some lawmakers are concerned that Walker’s tax cut plan would increase the state’s projected budget shortfall from $700 million to $800,000 million. The Republican governor argues the estimates don’t take into account any revenue growth, which he says will cover the difference.
The unemployment rate in Wisconsin dropped to 6.2 percent in December and has been dropping steadily since 2011.
Rush Limbaugh describes the news as “earth-shattering” because, in one of the bluest states, Walker was targeted for removal twice but continued to implement conservative policies that he was confident would help his state.
Walker’s strategy appears to be working.
Limbaugh said, “They did everything they could to gin up hate, anger, tried to destroy his reputation, his career, and his life,” he said. “He hung in there. The state of Wisconsin instituted his policy reforms, de-emphasizing the role of unions in the state.”
Every minor incident and non-incident brings ethics charges against Walker by opponents, charges which are later debunked or dropped, but Walker continues on and does what he believes is right for the people of Wisconsin.
AFL-CIO placard used during anti-Walker crusade with the commie fist prominently displayed
President Obama is going to give his State of the Union address next week and it will be more of the same – big government policies that have not worked.
All of Obama’s solutions will be more big government and more spending. He is out of touch.
Obama and his minions are in the minority and they are ruling us.
Large companies are pushing people onto ObamaCare but the Administration is still denying it is happening. Health insurance companies, unless they are bailed out, face an existential threat.
At least one economist believes the unemployment rate is actually 37.5% and most believe it is at least 17%.
Every day, John Kerry is humiliated in the Syrian talks and by Iran leadership who continually call him a liar.
We need to change our leaders and we need to do it soon.http://www.independentsentinel.com/obamas-failed-policies-forced-on-an-unwilling-nation/