I’ll Bet They Overpolled Democrats, Too

The Tic-controlled Congress has the  confidence of 11% of the American people:

Gallup’s 2010 Confidence in Institutions poll finds Congress ranking dead last out of the 16 institutions rated this year. Eleven percent of Americans say they have a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in Congress, down from 17% in 2009 and a percentage point lower than the previous low for Congress, recorded in 2008.

To put this in perspective, used car salesmen got 24%, Lindsay Lohan got 18%, and the Snooki from Jersey Shore clocked 14%

The part that should have gotten the headline?  The Presidency dropped from 51 to 39% over the past year.

Let’s see if we can get it into single digits!

8 thoughts on “I’ll Bet They Overpolled Democrats, Too

  1. Let’s see if we can get it into single digits!

    All together now….YES-WE-CAN!

  2. 11%? I wonder what the percetage of the population that is mentally ill comes out to.

  3. . . . and everyone of them congress critters, Dem & GOP, is convinced that they are God’s gift to their constituents, America, and mankind in general.

  4. I used to say (and still do) that it is hard for Republicans to win because they are running against a party that promises free stuff to everyone.

    But now that the Democrats are in full controll and paying back favors, I wonder if they are starting to piss off almost everyone. Everytime a Democrat congress passes a bill, it screws over a lot of people. No one likes living under control freaks.

  5. To support my pont above…when running for office, a Democrat will promise all sorts of goodies to special interests, who will then vote for him/her. Below is what Obama and the Congress is doing…..demanding detail employee info from private businesses so some fatass beareaucrat can decide if it is acceptable or not. This will (or at least shoud) turn a lot of people away from voting Democrat:

    The Obama administration is backing legislation that includes regulations requiring U.S. businesses to provide to the government data about employee pay as it relates to the sex, race and national origin of employees.

    In an orchestrated effort that included a statement by President Barack Obama and an event at the White House featuring Vice President Joe Biden, Attorney General Eric Holder and Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, the president and his cabinet endorsed the Paycheck Fairness Act.

    The House approved the act in 2009, but the Senate did not approve it. In the 111th Congress, both the House and the Senate have offered legislation that covers a wide range of workplace requirements and regulations, including training girls and women to become better at negotiating pay and benefits, and the establishment of a data base of U.S. workers’ pay in both the public and private sector.

  6. I heard Obammy say that this “Paycheck Fairness Act” was going to help the economy! Honest!
    He’s a lame brain leading a pack of braying lame brains.

  7. Well, I once had a job get sent to India. This is one of the reasons. It is just to expensive and risky to hire people here.

    Insurance mandates
    Trial lawyers looking for any reason to sue
    Gov’t checking your employment records to troll for things to fine/sue you over
    and on and on and on

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