Dissatisfaction With Government Reaches All Time High Half of the population views federal government as immediate threat to freedom Steve Watson 1. Prisonplanet.com Sept 26, 2011 Americans are expressing historic levels of negativity toward their government, according to the latest findings by the international Pollster Gallup. In a new survey which Gallup says represents a consistent building of discontent toward the establishment for the past decade, a record high of 81% of Americans have indicated that they are dissatisfied with the way the country is being governed.
Majorities of 65% of Democrats and 92% of Republicans are unhappy with their government, according to 1. Gallupâ€™s annual Governance survey. The survey, completed earlier this month, also found that almost half of the country (49%) believes that the federal government poses an immediate threat to individualsâ€™ rights and freedoms.
The poll reflects a deep and growing distrust amongst Americans in an establishment across both parties that has continually and significantly chipped away at Americanâ€™s liberties since 9/11, all but destroyed the economy through both mismanagement and deliberate negligence, and has outright lied to the country on matters of the utmost importance domestically and internationally.
Dissatisfaction with Congress reaches even higher, with a whopping 82% disapproving of the way Congress is now handling its job. An all time high of 69% also say they have little or no confidence in the legislative branch of
government, with a record 57% adding that they have little or no confidence in the federal government to solve domestic problems, and a high of 53% saying they have little or no confidence in their elected officials. The reason for such negativity amongst the American people is quite clear. The government simply does not listen to or act in the public interest.
Another interesting Gallup poll finds that the majority of Americans rate Obama as the same or even worse when compared with George W. Bush. 22% see no difference between the two, while 34% believe Obama has been an even worse president than Bush was. Half of all respondents said that Obama compares less favorably to Bill Clinton, with just 12% believing he has been a better president for the country.
Regarding itâ€™s governance survey, Gallup concedes that â€œwith another budget showdown looking inevitable and a contentious presidential election year getting underway, it appears the ratings reviewed here could get worse before they improve.â€?
The Hill: Perry To Drop Out, Ron Paul To Be Romney’s Rival Congressman is Republican’s only chance of success against Obama Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com Monday, September 26, 2011 The implosion of Rick Perry’s presidential campaign has opened the door for Congressman Ron Paul to move up into second place and go head to head with Mitt Romney – that’s the prediction from The Hill, one of Washington’s most respected political newspapers. Alex Jones explained why the momentum behind Ron Paul’s campaign has him firmly challenging as a top tier candidate on the Sunday show, and it’s a view increasingly being acknowledged by even mainstream political commentators. Writing for The Hill, Capitol Hill’s most widely circulated newspaper, Brent Budowsky sounds the death knell for Rick Perry’s campaign. “I wrote in August that Rick Perry will self- destruct within 30 days. His prospects for the presidency were as phony as the fantasy of a two-person race was false. Perry is a phony conservative who is not conservative. He is a pay-for-play politician who gobbled up Obama stimulus like a hound dog eating a bone, and created oceans of new government jobs in Texas while his big donors mysteriously received big government contracts. The Texas deficit ballooned and the Texas jobless rate doubled on Rick Perry’s watch,” writes Budowsky. “I will not speculate about the reasons for Rick Perry’ s strange, weird and incoherent debate performance. Major new negative stories about Perry will soon emerge in the media. Trust me. Perry will drop out long before the year ends. If he dropped out today Ron Paul could well be in second place. Will pundits say it is a two-man race between Romney and Paul?” As we have documented, the only thing standing between Paul and Romney is an admitted establishment media strategy to ignore the very existence of the Congressman’s campaign. Now that this hoax is quickly dissolving, Paul is set to be provided with the perfect platform from which to launch an assault on Romney’s lead in the national polls. An an establishment RINO Republican, someone who has pushed big government policies equally as horrendous as anything Obama ever did, Romney’s chances of defeating the President are negligible. If he wins the Republican candidacy, Romney will only energize the hordes of Obamanoids to re-emerge and return Obama to the White House.
The same goes for Sarah Palin if she ever gets around to throwing her hat in the ring. Even aside from damaging recent revelations about her private life, Obama’s slick talk would absolutely cream Palin in the presidential debates and she would become a nationwide laughing stock overnight. Polls have shown that while establishment Republicans have all lost popular approval at a similar pace to Obama, Ron Paul already has the numbers to be within striking distance of defeating Obama in a head to head run off – and that’s before he’s even been afforded one half of the national platform the media has bestowed upon Perry and Romney. Once Ron Paul’s message is allowed to be heard, he will absolutely trounce Obama. Only Ron Paul offers enough of an alternative to four more years of Obama to give the Republicans a chance of any success in 2012. Only Ron Paul’s solutions for returning America to sound money principles can begin to reverse decades of Republicans and Democrats allowing the nation’s economic base to be disastrously undermined. http://www.ronpaul2012. com/ VOTE RON PAUL 2012
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