President Obama, you have done wonders for our country. Why, under your watch, 80% of Americans do not trust our government.
How can that be? Could it be that we aren't too pleased with the Democrats and the Obama regime who forced a socialized healthcare plan which the American people overwhelmingly opposed down our throats? Could it be that we aren't particularly fond of the fact that you are grabbing more and more of our private economy and placing it under your control? Americans don't support such a power grab. Could it be that we don't like how you lied to us throughout the election process? Could it be that we aren't pleased with your apology tours? And guess what? With dangerous regimes lurking throughout the world, we don't support a disarmament of our nation's weapons. Finally, we aren't all Jew haters like you are and don't especially appreciate your kissing up to the Islamic world. And these examples are just a few; there are many more, but for the sake of time, I will limit our outrages.
Read from Gateway Pundit:
Trust in Government Lower Than During Bush Years; Congressional Approval Rating at Record Low
"It took just one year of Chicago-style politics for Americans to be completely turned off by the Obama-Pelosi regime.
4 in 5 Americans don’t trust Washington.
Trust in government is lower than it was during the Bush years and the Congressional approval rating is at an all-time low.
The Pew Research Center reported:
'By almost every conceivable measure Americans are less positive and more critical of government these days. A new Pew Research Center survey finds a perfect storm of conditions associated with distrust of government – a dismal economy, an unhappy public, bitter partisan-based backlash, and epic discontent with Congress and elected officials.
Rather than an activist government to deal with the nation’s top problems, the public now wants government reformed and growing numbers want its power curtailed. With the exception of greater regulation of major financial institutions, there is less of an appetite for government solutions to the nation’s problems – including more government control over the economy – than there was when Barack Obama first took office.
…Opinions about elected officials are particularly poor. In a follow-up survey in early April, just 25% expressed a favorable opinion of Congress, which was virtually unchanged from March (26%), prior to passage of the health care reform bill. This is the lowest favorable rating for Congress in a quarter century of Pew Research Center surveys. Over the last year, favorable opinions of Congress have declined by half – from 50% to 25%.'"