Thursday, April 16, 2009

Rasmussen Reports April 16

Voters Don't Rank Immigration As A Priority Issue

Despite reports that President Obama plans to begin a push for immigration reform,
voters rank it fifth out of five priorities he has proposed this year in the latest
Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Forty-one percent (41%) now see deficit reduction as the top priority while 26%
see health care reform as most important. Eleven percent (11%) say the search for
new energy sources should be the most important objective, followed by nine percent
(9%) who say the president's educational goals are their top concern.

Why does everyone want to hide under the bed when it comes to illegal immigration? No one wants to do anything about it or even talk about it. If you're against illegal immigration you're marked as a racist. Ridiculous, isn't it? It's called ILLEGAL immigration for a reason. Aren't we supposed to be law abiding citizens? Then why do we let these people come into our country illegally and not prosecute them? I don't understand it. I really don't.

On Immigration, Large Gap Remains Between Mainstream America and Political Class

Sixty-six percent (66%) of likely voters nationwide say it is Very Important for
the government to improve its enforcement of the borders and reduce illegal
immigration. However, the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found
that just 32% of America?s Political Class agrees.

Interesting. Yet they think illegal immigration isn't a priority issue. What a bunch of bullshit.

72% Want More Military Action Against Pirates

Seventy-two percent (72%) of U.S. voters say the United States should take more
military action to prevent further piracy against American and other ships off
Africas east coast. Twelve percent (12%) are opposed to any further U.S. military
action against the pirates, and 16% are not sure, according to a new Rasmussen
Reports national telephone survey.

Military action? What the fuck kind of military action? Why don't we allow these ships to defend themselves against pirates? They are out there on the water as lame ducks. Then you wonder why they get fucking attacked.

Latest Generic Ballot Shows Republicans and Democrats in a Dead Heat

Support for the Democrats fell two points this week, while support for the GOP candidates fell one point. Last week, the Democrats were ahead by just a 40% to 39% margin.

Good. Americans are getting tired of the liberalism so they're going to turn to the conservatives. I love it. It's great fun watching the two parties play musical chairs.

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