Monday, January 18, 2010
“Look at what the President said today,” said Gibbs. “I think that's a lot of what 2010 is going to be about, to be honest with you. I think it's going -- you know, people are going to have to decide whether the people they have in Washington are on the side of protecting the big banks, whether they're on the side of protecting the big oil companies, whether they're on the side of protecting insurance companies, or whether they're on the people's side. I think what he laid out today is what you'll hear him talk a lot about.”
How delusional is this man? This statement was made on the plane ride back to DC after the President went to try and save the senate race in one of the most liberal states in the country two days before the election.
Mr. Gibbs, in case you have noticed, the people are figuring out who is on their side, and it isn't you and Pelosi.
32% think the country is heading in the right direction
60% think that the president in 2013 will be from the GOP
58% think that congress is doing a poor job
52% are opposed further government involvement in the financial sector
50% expect the US to still be in a recession at the end of 2010
39% of the country strongly disapproves of President Obama's performance.
President Obama's approval index is at -12
Republicans up by 9 on generic ballot
57% expect healthcare costs to rise due to the democrat reform bill
People who label themselves as a democrat has dropped by 6 points since November 2008