Monday, November 30, 2009

Forty percent of Democrats say they ‘probably won’t vote’ next year: poll

Democrats are rightfully disillusioned with whats going on in their government. They realize their vote doesn't amount. They were promised change but are getting status quo. This is the best argument yet for the People's Term Limits movement:

in reference to:

"Forty percent of self-identified Democratic voters say they are "not likely" or "definitely" won't vote in next year's Congressional elections, according to a little-noticed poll released over the Thanksgiving weekend. The poll, which surveyed 2,400 Americans nationwide between Nov. 22 and Nov. 25, found that self-identified Republicans were three times more likely to say they were going to vote next year. The results suggest perilous fights for Democrats in the midterm elections, where the president's party typically lose seats. Democratic leaders still have an almost 15-point edge in favorability ratings over their Republican counterparts: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has a 41 percent voter approval rating and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) clocks in at 31, whereas Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) draws just 15 percent support to House Minority Leader John Boehner's (R-OH) 14 percent. President Obama's favorability rating sits at 53 percent, according to the poll."
- Forty percent of Democrats say they ‘probably won’t vote’ next year: poll | Raw Story (view on Google Sidewiki)

Wash. Police: Shooting Suspect Wounded

Imagine if this animal had been let free by a liberal Governor instead of Mike Huckabee. FOXNews would be going berserk.

in reference to:

"Police said early Monday morning that a suspect in the coffee-shop slayings of four officers was holed up at a Seattle house, wounded and possibly dead. Pierce County Sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said negotiators were still trying to communicate with Maurice Clemmons. Authorities had been seeking Clemmons in the deaths of four Lakewood police officers gunned down in a Parkland coffee shop on Sunday morning. They believe the gunman may have been wounded by one of the victims. Troyer told CBS' "The Early Show" that Clemmons was hurt during the shootout at the coffee shop and that his wound is possibly "severe." Late Sunday, they began to focus on the Seattle house, about 30 miles from the crime scene. Negotiators used loudspeakers and explosions to try to prod Clemmons from hiding."
- Wash. Police: Shooting Suspect Wounded - CBS News (view on Google Sidewiki)