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Obama’s imitation of Peron, Marx and Mussolini earns strong disapproval

Posted by danishova on June 5, 2009

Up, up and away…

Backlash: GM Bailout leads some to consider boycott:

Twenty-six percent (26%) of American adults believe it was a good idea for the federal government to take ownership of General Motors as the auto giant was on the verge of collapse. Nearly as many–17%–say that Americans should protest the bailout by boycotting GM and refusing to buy its cars. Most Americans are somewhere in between.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 53% of Americans believe the bailout was a bad idea. Of this group, 30% favor a boycott, 54% oppose the idea and 16% are not sure.

Men are more supportive of a boycott than women. Middle income Americans are also more supportive of a boycott than those at either end of the income scale.


Here’s what it looked like one month ago:



Maybe he should consider imitating Ronald Reagan and start over with his disastrous economic policies.


Obama’s imitation of Karl Marx, Benito Mussolini, and Juan Peron not endearing him to voters


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