Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Catching Up

Sorry for the lack of posts lately.  I've been studying for the GMAT test over the past couple of weeks, and the last few days in particular have been full of data sufficiency problems and arcane algebraic scribbles.  Ugh.

But, that's over now, I got the score I needed, and now I can get back to something resembling normal life.  Of course, I'm going to be taking a few days off here, so regular posting won't come back quite yet.  :)

However, I wanted to leave you with just a few thoughts...

Barack Obama's approval rating is at its lowest point ever (maybe that's partly because he prefers to celebrate Muslim holidays rather than Christian ones).  Most Americans
(73%) think the nation is on the wrong track.  Most Americans (63%) understand what the political class doesn't seem to get (or refuses to acknowledge): the key is to ACTUALLY  CUT SPENDING.  And finally, in case you're stressed about all the negative press about the Tea Party...more voters express more confidence in the Tea Party to understand the real problems we face and do the right thing than Congress.

The battle for the American people has been won, friends.  Now we just have to take on the idiots in Washington.

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