“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God.”
iVoteAmerica has left no doubt about our belief that the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, is one tick removed from midnight on the insanity clock. This diatribe should dispel all doubt that within her head there resides a world undecipherable to sane people.
We’re not entirely certain whether the Speaker’s intention was to give a policy speach or a sermon. Nonetheless, listen here to the most powerful woman in America as she gushes forth a litinany of spiritual babble in a manner that makes the BP oil spill look like a dribble.
At least we all understand what we are up against with respect to the BP oil spill. In this case, only God and a few highly trained psychiatrists can shed light on just how mental Nancy Pelosi really is.
Our prayer is “Holy God, save us from both our sins and the insanity of our leaders…amen.”
Ever since polls have been taken there have been presidents who encountered disapproval during their terms in office. Usually history exonerates them to some degree. This is not likely to happen with Barack Obama.
As this is written, a Politico.com polls puts Obama’s job disapproval rating at 46.4% and Congress has a disapproval rate of 72%, a figure matched by Rasmussen Reports. Obama’s disapproval rate according to Rasmussen was 44%.
Polls, we are always told, are “snapshots” of public opinion at a given time, but the polls consistently tell us that the vast majority of Americans disapprove of the President and Congress, and believe the nation is headed in the wrong direction.
In a recent Wall Street Journal column, Peggy Noonan, wrote “I don’t see how the president’s position and popularity can survive the oil spill. This is his third political disaster in his first 18 months in office. And they were all, as they say, unforced errors, meaning they were shaped by the president’s judgment and instincts.”
Suffice it to say that, if elections were being held next Tuesday, voters would replace most of those in Congress and, if Obama’s ratings continue to fall—-and I think they will—-there would be an angry mob surrounding the White House carrying torches and pitchforks demanding his resignation. Read the rest of this entry »