Headway, but Poll Shows Tax Fearing Youth Still Mesmerized by Obama

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Some good news and some bad news….

U.S. News’ Washington Whispers, by Paul Bedard points out a clever poll which indicates:

…when asked what news event they fear most about 2012, Americans by a margin of two-to-one said Obama’s reelection. Only 16 percent said they fear the Democrat won’t win a second term, while 33 percent said they fear four more years.

Next to Obama’s reelection, 31 percent of Americans said they feared higher taxes, which may be proof that the president’s focus on the payroll tax cut has hit paydirt.

And young adults fear higher taxes more than most, but they fear Obama’s “transformational” reign less.

Some 38 percent of younger Americans, 18-24, said their biggest fear was higher taxes. Just 28 percent of those same voters said they feared Obama winning in November.

The article shows it is voters 65 and older, who are trying to provide their younger, more foolhardy fellow Citizens an anchor in reality.

Nearly half of Americans 65 and older said Obama’s reelection was their top fear….

And that was only about Barack Obama. How about the Federal Reserve and the central banking complex which increasingly runs the world, much of their work done through the United Nations and neo-Marxism? What about the collaboration of transnational mega-corporations with them, to overcome the liberties of Sovereign Citizens and nations? What of Islamist/jihadist expansion?

And what stealth despotry is in store for the impending burst of the global insolvency bubble and the economic calamity that ensues?

How will young Americans, dumbed down by public education, from Kindergarten through graduate school, respond? To say our work is cut out for us is an understatement. God save us, as we try.

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