Tuesday, July 19, 2011

071911.21.3--Message for Today: White House, earth, green industry

Notes to consider:

1.  There shall be a huge rebuilding in the White House, or in Washington, in general...

2.  The earth is in great danger--roads are breaking-up...

3.  The green industry is not producing any jobs...  (This we already know before it had been imagined.  It is just we are all caught up and trying to find a solution to create jobs.  My thoughts of this, "it is like we are squeezing ourselves to the last drop.")


Anonymous said...

This could be possible; check this out:

New poll hints Congress could see a shake-up in 2012

By Holly Bailey | The Ticket – 3 hrs ago

In a sign of how perilous the ongoing partisan gridlock could be for both parties in Washington, a new poll finds that just 30 percent of Americans are willing to re-elect their current member of Congress.

According to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, 63 percent of those surveyed say they are inclined to "look around" for someone new to elect. That's the highest anti-incumbency number ever recorded in the poll, which dates back to 1989.

By comparison, roughly half of Americans said they were looking to new candidates ahead of the 2010 midterms, when Republicans claimed 63 new seats in Congress and regained majority control of the House.

The latest poll would seem most perilous to Republicans, since they hold more seats in the House. More broadly, however, the survey underlines just how little esteem the country holds for sitting lawmakers from either major party in Congress.

Still pollster Gary Langer writes in an analysis of the poll that anti-incumbency is particularly high among Democrats, "a possible sign they are stirring as they did not in 2010."


Anonymous said...

U.S. Politics Took the World to Edge of Armageddon: Martin Wolf

America's confidence in Congress has been less than stellar this year, and this month is no different. Approval of our elected officials again matched the all-time low of 13% in October, Gallup reports.

Since June, approval of Congress has been below 20%. This month's low tied the worst levels recorded in December 2010 and August 2011 -- the latter month being when the U.S. lost its triple-A rating from Standard & Poor's in the wake of the debt ceiling debacle.