Who can Defeat the Two Most Popular People on Earth?
by: jb williams | published: 01 09, 2012
According to ABC News, The Washington Times and a recent Gallup/USA Today poll, Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton are the two most popular people in the entire world. The entire world didn’t vote in the poll, a few Americans did. But that’s how we count polls these days…
In 2008, the Democrat Party put forth two stone cold losers… A nobody with a totally blank résuméthat few had ever heard of before and a lady with so many bones rattling around in her closet, you would have thought there was a voodoo shaman living in there.
Deep divisions were created in the Democrat Party when “sure thing” Hillary Clinton was bumped from her high perch by a nobody from nowhere, who didn’t even have a birth certificate to his name. The Clinton War Room had all the dirt on Barack Obama and could have put him away for good in 2008.
Why didn’t they and what happens now?
The Saudi muscle behind Barack Obama turned out to be more than the Clinton War Room could manage and in the end, Hillary was forced to make a deal with the devil, accepting Secretary of State as a consolation prize in return for quietly stepping aside and allowing a constitutionally ineligible international thug to assume the Oval Office.
Four years later, Joseph Biden is history and the Democrat Party prepares to reunite party factions with a ticket that can’t lose—the two most popular people on earth, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
The U.S. press is already greasing the skids for Hillary to slip Biden off to pasture and preparing the American electorate to support Obama/Clinton in 2012. Who wouldn’t vote for the two most popular people on earth, according to an adoring American and international press?
No matter who wins the GOP presidential nod, they will face Obama and Clinton this fall in the general election, not Obama and Biden.
Who Can Defeat the Two Most Popular People on Earth?
They are not the two most popular people on earth, but they may in fact be the two most popular people in America today, even with only 17%. The fact that 83% voted for someone other than these two people indicates that they are not actually all that popular.
However, at a moment in history when Americans don’t like anyone in politics very much, 17% support is a pretty good number, maybe enough to win an election.
The poll is not so much an indication of how popular these two people are, as it is a demonstration of how unpopular everyone else is, not to mention how divided the electorate is today.
The GOP field is already thinning, the Tea Party candidates already gone. After Iowa, it’s at best a four man race, Romney, Santorum, Paul and Gingrich. Can any of the four defeat an Obama/Clinton ticket this November?
Obama has driven the nation into unsustainable debt and destroyed free-market mechanisms necessary for any real recovery, while dismantling the military and allowing foreign terror organizations to operate on U.S. soil.
Hillary has ignited a firestorm across the Middle East placing The Muslim Brotherhood at the helm of every Middle Eastern state, while making enemies of old friends around the globe and insuring America 3rd World status into the new millennium.
This is just the tip of the iceberg, in terms of damage done to America on the watch of Obama/Clinton. Still, the American press will make sure that Obama and Clinton are the two most popular people in America by November.
Can any of the GOP candidates compete?
A current Rasmussen poll shows the divide within the anti-Obama electorate. To defeat Obama/Clinton in 2012, the GOP will have to come up with a no-nonsense ticket capable of uniting the anti-Obama electorate across all lines.
According to this poll, 44% of GOP voters think Romney has the best chance to defeat Obama in 2012. Only 17% bet on Gingrich and 15% on Santorum. Ron Paul finished last in single digits among GOP voters. As far as GOP voters are concerned, we have a three man race here.
The anti-Obama electorate is a numerical majority in America today. But it is a much divided majority at present, and unless the GOP can find a way to change that reality, there is no chance that any of the GOP candidates can compete head-to-head with an Obama/Clinton ticket backed by the entire American press.
Obama is in huge negative numbers, with only 24% strongly approving and 41% strongly disapproving today. He cannot turn these numbers around without Hillary Clinton.
Before any GOP candidate will have a chance to turn this country around, they will have to unseat Obama/Clinton in November. Lose that contest and there is no way to turn America around.
How can the GOP win that contest?
I honestly don’t think that any of the four GOP candidates can defeat Obama/Clinton in 2012, and I have no confidence that any of the four would turn this country around, even if they did.
But, we have to play the hand we are dealt, to our best ability—Hope for the best and prepare for the worst…
The only certainty is that America cannot survive four more years of Obama or Clinton. Whatever it takes to remove these two from office should be the highest priority in every patriotic heart and mind today. If it isn’t, the fools deserve what they get.
Based upon current polling data, Romney is set to win New Hampshire by good margin. But the road gets much less certain in South Carolina and Florida, where Newt Gingrich is favored to win. Santorum is surging out of Iowa, but is not likely to have the staying power through Florida. Ron Paul had his moment in Iowa, where an open caucus system plays well for the libertarian, with democrat and independent voters participating.
By Florida, we are very likely to see the GOP field narrow to two, Romney and Gingrich. Can either or both, defeat Obama/Clinton? It’s just the way the numbers play out.
If they cannot unify all anti-Obama voters, the answer is no. The majority of voters will oppose Obama/Clinton in 2012, but will the majority vote for any GOP candidate in order to defeat Obama/Clinton in the general election?
American voters are fed up with “lesser evil” choices in elections and they are unlikely to unify behind the eventual GOP nominee, even though they know that they cannot afford to allow Obama/Clinton to win.
I have heard many readers talk about “voting their conscience.” My conscience will not allow Obama/Clinton to retain Marxist leadership over my country. I have no clue what kind of conscience would allow that to happen, but many think that they will sleep better at night with Obama/Clinton in office, than with Romney or Gingrich in office. I cannot relate to this type of conscience… in fact, it demonstrates no conscience at all.
But as a result, four more years of Obama and Clinton are all but certain. There is something to like and dislike about every GOP candidate. There are no perfect candidates, ever. In the real world of modern politics, only one candidate has demonstrated the ability to rally and potentially defeat Obama/Clinton.
Romney has been stuck in the mid-20s for years. No matter how vigorous and passionate his army of supporters, Paul remains steady in single digits or lower-teens, his popularity chart flat-lined for decades. Perry was a flash until people outside of Texas got to hear him speak and Santorum blew his campaign war chest on Iowa.
Only Gingrich has demonstrated the ability to peak above all others and only Gingrich has demonstrated the ability to make things happen, and confront an opponent in tough combat and win. I don’t love the guy either, but these are the facts as they exist.
Instead of pretending like there is a perfect candidate in the race, the people should be making a much more coherent decision. Is there any way to force Obama to do the right things? NO!
Is there a way to force Gingrich or Romney to do the right things after the election? YES!
The people who can’t live with a lesser evil while they do what must be done to save their nation, will have to learn to live with a greater evil, again. But this time, they will lose any hope of restoring their nation, now or in the future. Four more years of Obama and Clinton will mean the end of the Constitutional Republic for good.
My conscience calls me to do all that I can to keep that from happening. How about yours?
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