Seems others are taking us up on the suggestion
"Many attendees of an Obama campaign rally headed for the exits shortly after the president began speaking Sunday evening.
Speaking at campaign rally in Maryland for Democratic candidate for governor Anthony Brown, Obama either ignored or didn’t notice the movement of attendees out of the event.
The White House pool report described the mass exodus as “unusual” and one reporter present tweeted it was “weird.”
Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason tweeted that the steam of rally attendees leaving early was “noticeable and noisy.”"
Now to be fair, "Reports were unclear if attendees left due to unhappiness with President Obama."
But allow us to assume that was Exactly the reason..
From Washington Post, Oct 15:
"The Democratic Party is held in worse regard than at any point in the past 30 years, according to a new poll.
The poll, from the Washington Post and ABC News, shows 39 percent of Americans now have a favorable impression of the blue team, while 51 percent have an unfavorable impression. Both are new records."
And once again, to be fair, the Post goes on to write:
"Through it all, of course, Democrats continue to have a better image than their GOP counterparts, whose favorable/unfavorable split with the American people is currently 33/56."
Oh well.. not our problem.. Leopards don't change spots
But back to the big "O" and no, not the enjoyable kind..
The poll assessed Americans’ opinion of the President and members of Congress through public concerns including the Ebola crises and terrorism.
Here's how AP described things on Oct 6:
"Americans lack confidence in the government's ability to protect their personal safety and economic security, a sign that their widespread unease about the state of the nation extends far beyond politics, according to the latest Associated Press-GfK poll.
With Election Day about a month away, more than half of those in the survey said Washington can do little to effectively lessen threats such as climate change, mass shootings, racial tensions, economic uncertainty and an unstable job market."
So many quality people of both the Democrat and Republican party would be better suited to be this nation's leader but the Big Money of Wall Street would never ever allow them to have a whiff of a scent...
Wonder how much better his nation would be if say Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary under Clinton or Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders or Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren were President instead of what we have at present..
There wouldn't be too much talk of on-going 'recovery' we believe because the operative word would instead be 'Recovered'
There's a saying when it comes to political dissatisfaction..
'If a President experiences great dissatisfaction coming from the opposition party, he can take great comfort his legacy will be a success, and if that dissatisfaction is coming instead from his own party, the legacy will be failure.'
Wonder if its too late to amend the Constitution to where a President serves only one 6-year term then leaves office
But hey.. Dreaming is free..