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A majority of voters believe Barack Obama’s presidency has been a failure, a new poll says.According to a Washington Post/ABC News poll released Tuesday, 52 percent of Americans say Obama’s presidency has been a failure, compared with 42 percent who believe it has been a success. Thirty-nine percent believe strongly that his presidency is a failure, just 3 points below his total success score.Politico
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No matter how you look at it President Obama is facing hard times. The reality of being "The Man", President, His Highness or the one in charge is starting to slap Obama hard. No longer is he looked at as the Savior of the "people". His abilities to walk on water, hold his nose in the air when speaking and woo the dreamers have been tarnished; many say vanished. What has caused the fall of Obama?
Voter's Rights. aka Voter ID, have been making the news again; coincidence it is two weeks before the mid-term elections...don't think so!
Some interesteing things happened this weekend as I was on the road...indeed politics is on the mind of many. Also, some businesses still believe in customer service and treating their customers like people.
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CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR
It's a bizarre situation in Washington as several pundits and commentators have openly wondered if the president of the United States is as engaged as he should be.
As the world literally spins out of control, the president appears to be withdrawing from the center of action. Fundraiser after fundraiser, golf games, dinner parties - the president's reputation for "no drama" notwithstanding, the president appears bored and listless in his public appearances.
The chasm that opens up beneath our feet if these observations are even partly true is frightening to contemplate. On tonight's RINO Hour of Power, we'll discuss and try to interpret the president's ennui with Bryan Preston of PJ Media's The Grid and Rich Baehr, political correspondnet of the American Thinker.
We stream live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A poodcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
This episode of Rope A Dope Radio will start with Recap from a bantamweight title bout between Randy Caballero and Staurt Hall that was competitive to the end. Plus, Preview for the Showtime Special Edition Tripleheader that is anything but special. Other Topics For Discussion-Recap HBO 24/7 Hopkins vs. Kovalev. -Dulorme vs Lundy a done deal on undercard of Rosado/Lemieux. -Golovkin vs. Murray signed for Feb.21 on HBO. Plus current news topics. Listen Live on Your Phone 646-381-4990! Follow on Twitter @RopeADopeRadio.
Code Brown: Code used in hospitals to alert staff that a patient has defecated in the bed. Used in a sentence: Don't "code brown" where you eat/sleep.
Doctor, Nurses Placed in and/or Refusing Quarantine: It just doesn't make sense. They, of all people should know better, but undetered, they fly, drive and stroll around New York City, as if clueless to the on going discussions on how to address possible exposure to the Ebola virus. Then, when the synptoms can no longer be ignored, they enter into treatment, and our hailed as "heroes,"
Six of one, Half-dozen of the other: If you had to choose, would it be Ebola or President Obama for the Next Two Years?
Ferguson, Missouri: Yes, politicians have used this town and its media coverage, in hopes of garnering votes and saving your progressive, left-leaning, socialist hides. Meanwhile, there have been sightings of blacks publicly denouncing the Democratic party, and they plan on voting Republican.
Clinton Slams "Identity Politics": That's right. He's against it. Strike every statement he's made since taking his first political breath, including the honor of being called the "First Black President."
Tonight's the Night: The Kansas City Royals and The San Francisco Giants break the 3-3 tie. I'm rooting hard for KC Royals, but I'm grateful for both teams putting on a great series, especially in the midst of all the turmoil in our society today.
Many states have all but given up on taking cues from the President, the CDC, and MSNBC. Two Governors take a stand against the wishy-washy suggestions against a virus that has yet to be clearly defined in the eyes of those who claim to have it under control.
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Recent News is a 5 year old in New York has tested or is being tested for Ebola. Recently Governors of a few States have issued their own quarantines and now the Obama Administration is pressuring them over thier mandates to protect their Citizens from the virus.
A nurse has hired an Attorney and is looking at suing over her being quarantined becasue she just came from Africa and was running a fever. She has been released and heading to her home in Maine.
Chicago Voting Machines and others around the nation are changing republican votes to Democrat votes.
Hillary Clinton "Businesses don't create Jobs"
Obama Chose a 'Spin Doctor' not a real Doctor as Ebola Czar who is a longtime Democratic insider Ron Klain as Ebola czar amounts to nothing more than a politicization of a world health crisis, political commentator and author Pat Buchanan."You might need an Ebola czar and you might need a doctor, but what we got is a spin doctor here," Buchanan said of Klain, who was a former chief of staff for both Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Al Gore as well as having held a host of other political positions, including a lobbyist for Fannie Mae."What I would suggest in this case, what I would have done or what I would advise the president is get someone like Gen. Leslie Groves who was in charge of the Manhattan Project. Now he knew as much as many of his scientists knew about how to build an atomic bomb. At the same time, he would knock heads and make decisions and get things done at the earliest possible time.No one knows why Obama chose a political pundit in the place of a scientist or doctor. Only the not-known-for-transparency Obama administration knows for sure.Obama will help destroy democrats in November election of 2014 by his Ebola Czar Ron Klain. Instead of Appointing a Medical Expert, Obama Appoints a LOBBYIST.What is Klain Going To Do … Lobby To Convince Congress That Ebola Is Not That Big A Risk? While the rest of other nations sent medical experts, Obama sent US troops, that will ultimately get the virus. Tune in Thursday at 11AM est for Much More..
The Dallas County Commissioners Court is planning to call a special meeting for Thursday to discuss whether to request that Gov. Rick Perry declare a local emergency because of the Ebola crisis.The meeting will be at 2 p.m. at the County Administration Building, 411 Elm Street in Dallas.According to state law, a declaration of emergency “activates the appropriate recovery and rehabilitation aspects of all applicable local or interjurisdictional emergency management plans and authorizes the furnishing of aid and assistance under the declaration.”
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said they probably will include restrictions on using public transportation and visiting areas where they’d be at risk of transmitting Ebola.President Barack Obama vowed a more aggressive federal role.He offered assurance that a “serious outbreak” remains extremely unlikely — a somewhat weaker promise than one last week, when he said the threat of any outbreak remained “extremely low.”“I want people to understand that the dangers of you contracting Ebola, the dangers of a serious outbreak, are extraordinarily low,” Obama said. “But we are taking this very seriously at the highest levels of government.”Dallas Morning News
Being the first African American president is a success in itself, some may say. But what about the economy? Foreign policy? Social justice? In your opinion, has President Obama made things better? Or are we worse off than before? Why do you think this way
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