Faced with peanut-sized Jimmy Carter poll numbers, disturbing big-donor reluctance, unacceptable unemployment and depressing economic forecasts, President Obama heads back on the road tomorrow to do what he always does when in trouble:
Call again for someone to do something about new jobs.
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He’s just back from eight days in Hawaii and Australia and Bali.
Now, he’s off to palm-tree-free New Hampshire, where as expected Republicans have been plotting for months to oust him next Nov. 6.
Recent polls have Obama’s disapproval around 50% and his approval 6-10 points lower, worse for his handling of the economy. That’s the reverse of what it should be now for a good reelection shot. Nearly three-quarters of Americans feel the country is on the wrong track under his leadership.
Read More at investors.com By Andrew Malcolm, news.investors.com