Most Barry Supporters Are Negative Nellies

Of course, most conservatives who read this story are going to say “eh, so what? How about telling me something I didn’t know”

(CNS News) A majority of supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama describe the economy as either in a “recession” or a “depression,” compared to less than half of supporters of GOP presidential candidate John McCain, according to a new poll.

In the latest USA Today/Gallup poll, 73 percent of Obama supporters say the economy is in a recession or depression, compared to 45 percent of McCain supporters, who say the same. 

McCain voters are more likely to think the economy is slowing down at the very worst. In fact, a combined 53 percent of McCain supporters say the economy is either slowing down or growing, while only a quarter of Obama voters, or 26 percent, agree.

No, it really isn’t surprising that those who support Barry will have a completely negative view of the economy. To them, the glass is never half empty: the glass is shattered, the water is shut off, and it is raining acid.

Unfortunately, the Defeatocrats have gotten their talking points out there better then the GOP, since a majority of Independents feel the same way.

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4 Responses to “Most Barry Supporters Are Negative Nellies”

  1. Silke says:

    John McCain thinks we are in a recession.

  2. GM Cassel AMH1(AW) USN RET says:

    And they would be positive in what vain? Not to mention basic smarts. Most of them couldn’t pour pess from a boot with the directions written on the heel.

  3. Silke, why am I not surprised that you avoided the central point of the post? And, BTW, McCain is wrong, per the definition of a recession is.

    The only thing the Left is positive on is that they are positive that killing unborn babies is great!

  4. Silke says:

    I think the fact that John McCain disagrees with the majority of his own supporters is an important point. We are witnessing the modern equivalent of a 1930s bank run. The U.S. government has had to act to stop a full-fledged global panic and you want to call this a “slowing down at the very worst.”?

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