AmericanActNet compares the Dems’ *ahem* “grassroots, populist movement” “squatting on private and public land across the country” to “the Hoovervilles of old”.
Made me laugh:
“We’ve got so much work left to do,” the president told some of his more glamorous supporters, at a fundraiser at the home of Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith.
About 200 people attended the event, each having paid at least $5,000 each to hear the president. Mr. Obama touted his accomplishments so far, such as health care reform, financial reform and ending the Iraq war — receiving applause from the crowd for each point.
Remarking that he keeps a checklist of goals in his desk, Mr. Obama took out a pen and acted as if he were checking off some items on his list.
“We’ve got about 60 percent done,” he said. “I’m pretty confident we can get the next 40 percent done in the next five years.”
I don’t envy the poor Republican SOB who wins in Nov 2012. It will be a herculean task to undo all of the damage our first Marxist President has done to the economy.
Pollster David Hill writes at The Hill: Stick a fork in Obama — he’s done:
On life support. Dead man walking. Down for the count. He’s toast. Stick a fork in him; he’s done. Pick your own metaphorical cliché as long as it acknowledges that this president is a goner. If you need proof, consider Gallup’s recent assessment of the president’s job-approval numbers: “Only one elected president since Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jimmy Carter, had a lower 11th-quarter average than Obama.” And we all know what happened to Mr. Peanut. Gallup brings the president’s lousy numbers to the bottom line by showing that Obama is losing to a generic Republican in its surveys, as well as in a head-to-head with the leading Republican, Mitt Romney.