How’s that whole ‘unemployed people are lazy bums, repeal financial reform, tax cuts for the wealthy don’t count’ thing workin’ out for ya? Not too good according to Gallup:
“In the same week the U.S. Senate passed a major financial reform bill touted as reining in Wall Street, Democrats pulled ahead of Republicans, 49% to 43%, in voters’ generic ballot preferences for the 2010 congressional elections.
The Democrats’ six-point advantage in Gallup Daily interviewing from July 12-18 represents the first statistically significant lead for that party’s candidates since Gallup began weekly tracking of this measure in March.”
A few words of wisdom concerning the mid-terms in November—counteth not thy chickens before they hatcheth.