Skip to comments.First Thoughts: Economic pessimism is back (It never really left)
Posted on 05/23/2012 7:50:40 AM PDT by tobyhill
Economic pessimism is back: Our new NBC/WSJ poll provides a pretty clear understanding of WHY the two campaigns are pushing the messages were seeing on the campaign trail and in their TV ads. For the Romney camp, it wants to channel the publics economic anxiety and use that as a political weapon against President Obama. And our poll shows that economic pessimism -- after the April jobs report, new worries out of Europe, and stock losses -- is back. Only 33% of respondents believe the economy will get better in the next year, down five points from April and seven points from March. In addition, approval of Obamas economic handling stands at 43%, down two points from last month, his worst showing on this question since December. And just a third of respondents (33%) think the nation is headed in the right direction, which is consistent with the numbers from our previous NBC/WSJ polls this year. So this begs the question
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Pro Obama propaganda from PMSNBC. “We are not in trouble, really, we aren’t. All is well!”
Economic conditions are nothing like Bush in 2004. Nothing. Ask the 50 million people on food stamps and the 20 million unemployed, all the small businesses that can’t get credit.
PMSNBC can dream Obama is in good shape, but if idiot McCain had one in 2008, PMSNBC would be reporting “Economic Depression Dooms Incumbent President”. Because that is the true state of the economy.
One half the country simply can’t pay all their own expenses plus the expenses of the other half that pay no taxes.
It is impossible and has caused us to dive to over 15 Trillion in debt.
Of course those on the free ride don’t care at all about the debt.
Get out of the inner cities if there is any way you can.