WILL THE NATIONAL NIGHTMARE CONTINUE FOR FOUR MORE YEARS? FEAR TOPS U.S. NEWS POLL
In a New Year’s poll conducted for U.S. News & World Report, when Americans were asked to name the news event they most fear happening in 2012, the number one answer – by a margin of two-to-one – was the reelection of Barack Hussein Obama.
While 33 percent of those polled said four more years of the Regime was their worst nightmare, only 16 percent said they fear Obama won’t win a second term. (The Rat wonders if that same 16 percent also said they fear winning the Powerball lottery and living happily ever after.)
Yes, Obamanites, although Dear Leader’s approval rating may bump up on occasion, (usually for about 15 minutes), one thing is clear: A majority of Americans want nothing to do with four more years of his inept arrogant self. Nope, Americans fear another term for the Regime more than they fear increased taxes and Democratic political lies.
While “taxes will increase” came in second, it’s important to note that it was the 18-24-year-old demographic that pushed its rating. Really? The number one fear of 18-24-year-olds is an increase in income taxes? Ah, the Kool-Aid potency of liberal talking-points.
Conversely, nearly half of Americans over 65 said Lord Obama’s re-coronation was their top fear. Huh – doesn’t sound like the Democratic lies about Republican intentions to gut Medicare and Social Security are paying off, does it? Weep, Pelosi, weep.
Here are the top-five poll results:
As we enter the presidential election year of 2012, what potential news event do you fear the most?
President Obama will win reelection 33%
Taxes will increase 31%
Iran will get a nuclear weapon 16%
Obama will lose reelection 16%
North Korea will attack South Korea 4%
Okay, loons, bring the spin – just as you did when your hero was named to GQ Magazine’s “The 25 Least Influential People Alive” list.
Hell, look at the bright side, Obamanites: No one can ever take away the Boy King’s Nobel Prize, nor can they ever remove him from the 2011 list of “America’s Most Influential Jews.” All hail the King. (of the Jews?)
Wonders never cease.
All these honors…and so much golf. It’s good to be (Boy) King.