And McCain didn't win another example of how Obama poor approval rating could be very bad for Hilary.
Tuesday, July 07, 2015
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows that 48% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Obama's job performance. Fifty-one percent (51%) disapprove
Now the trend is a President with fewer than 50% approval rating his party fails to be elected in the next election.
End-of-Presidency Job Approval Ratings
President Rating (%) Election Results
(1+ terms, D, 1969) 49 Nixon (R) defeats Humphrey (Johnson did not run) (D)
(1 term, D, 1981) 34 Reagan (R) defeats Carter (D)
George W. Bush
(2 terms, R, 2009) 34 Obama (D) defeats McCain (R)
(partial term, R, 1974) 24 Carter (D) defeats (VP) Ford (R)
Compared to a President with over a 50% approval rating.
(2 terms, R, 1989) 63 VP Bush (R) defeats Dukakis (D)
Puerto Rico failed in its bid to revive a restructuring law that investors say conflicts with the U.S. bankruptcy code, a blow to the commonwealth as it falls deeper into a fiscal crisis.
Lawyers for Puerto Rico had asked the U.S. Court of Appeals in Boston to reinstate a local law to help it deal with $72 billion in debt. The court resisted on Monday, agreeing instead with a San Juan judge who threw out the statute in February.
Not very surprising.
"As we’ve been saying all along: a rise in the minimum wage really does destroy jobs."
I do like the authors conclusion.
But, we all know marker forces didn't caused the minimum wage to go up it was done be politicians which is why we will keep hearing from Obama.
You would have thought they would have learned from the USSR.
Hope and Change.
Market forces at work, so different than government regulations.
Let Free Market Forces work.