This is not a partisan statement … It is a fact that most Americans today have come to despise both mainstream Democratic and mainstream Republican party policies alike.
Specifically, most Americans today:
1. Believe by a 70 percent to 30 percent margin that big banks and corporations – rather than average Americans – have benefited most from Obama’s economic policies. 2 years ago, 74% thought that the bailouts helped Wall Street more than the people
2. Want to break up the big banks
3. Overwhelmingly want the government to get tougher on prosecuting Wall Street fraud
4. Want to end or substantially rein in the Federal Reserve
5. Hate the broad program of spying currently being conducted by the NSA and other government agencies
6. Think that the government has gone way too far in the name of terrorism, and want their liberties restored
7. Don’t believe any word the NSA says and consider leaker Edward Snowden to be a hero
8. Don’t trust Obama to actually do anything to rein in spying
9. Want the director of intelligence – James Clapper – prosecuted for perjury
10. Are more afraid of the government than terrorists
11. Overwhelmingly support labeling genetically modified food
12. Want poisons kept out of our food and water
13. Want elections to be made more fair
14. Oppose Obamacare by a 45 percent to 23 percent margin.
It is a fact that Democrats are realizing more than ever today that Obama is as bad as Bush….. And Republicans are waking up to the fact that the GOP leadership lied to them.
Peoples’ hatred of Congress is so passionate that it’s becoming truly comical. And Obama’s patina of wanting to help the American people has worn very thin for everyone other than his most diehard fans.
Both conservatives and liberals want to cut the corporate welfare queens off from the public dole.
Americans of all political stripes have awoken to the fact that most politicians are corrupt, and that big government and big business have become intertwined in a malignant relationship which hurts us little people.
As you can see, some major problems and grievances bottling up in here … Any suggestions you have regarding best ways and means in dealing with any of the fronts fleshed out as per the above would be greatly appreciated.
We at the Financial Policy Council http://www.financialpolicycouncil.org/default.aspx still view America as the land of opportunity where freedom and prosperity have flourished. Our goal is to ensure that America retains an economic and regulatory system conducive to economic growth and wealth creation, and is not derailed by poorly formulated and reactive economic, fiscal and tax policy. In addition, we strongly believe that America reclaim and retain its leading role in the global economic community.
Thanks much for your consideration.