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We have done nothing yet to begin to get -- back to job creation.
And it's clear that the Obama administration does have a clue how you create jobs so John Boehner and house Republicans need to lead the way.
In focusing on jobs and paychecks JO BS that'll be the big story again come January Newt Gingrich -- Sean Hannity last night those comments -- coming on the heels of a brand new.
Fox News opinion poll it shows President -- second year.
Ending on a low note 29%.
Of voters say they're expectations for his presidency are great.
That's down from 62%.
At the same time two years ago Juan Williams Fox's political analyst with me now -- -- -- on.
They've got more I get looks at some point you're gonna come down from the happens right I mean those numbers are gonna drop.
But but I think what you told our producers earlier today it is quite telling.
This is the winter of discontent.
For the White House and it may also be the same winter of discontent.
Offered Democrats in congress have you view.
I think that's exactly right I mean in fact in that same Fox News opinion poll I think it's half.
Of Americans say the 2010 was a bad year for their families and I think that directly ties into the economy.
More and more people you know think -- this unemployment rates untenable I'm worried about my pension my retirement.
I'm -- if my son can or daughter can get a job.
People are just get frustrated and when they -- to Washington and they they -- Washington -- to their mind engaged in self serving acts out of control not focused on jobs on the economy.
Things that will help them.
So this is the moment where -- you know we talk about the discontent with President Obama the discontent with Democrats in congress is higher than it is with Obama and if you look at actually.
Discontent with Republicans in congress it's still very it.
What you describe there is that hole right track wrong track.
-- -- that we look at during the election years every four years.
I think this is tell I'll a lot of these numbers -- -- predictable based on party loyalty look but I found this surprising.
20% of Democrats that we surveyed think they'd be better off with -- different president.
Right now now why is that there are those Hillary Clinton supporters.
And well yeah well -- what explains that.
I think they're disappointed with the president's performance you know -- disappointed in areas in the same direction.
That you saw the liberals on the hill.
With the passage of this tax law last night you know they Obama is not the guy they thought they'd be getting now as you -- at the start of this.
Of course people are gonna have the same level of satisfaction and high expectations when he took office back in 08.
But -- -- all night.
But you know what it's just that -- eras gone out of the balloon and so many ways and people just don't see the magic being delivered as quickly as they had hoped they had lost that I -- one quick thing to be okay if half of Democrat and think it's half of independence.
They right now they'd like to see someone else with the president in that box -- -- right and that's not that's higher higher among Republicans but that the killing but.
Factor right there when you see -- Half of independents buying off with the president that's what his political analysts in the White House this thing.
We got reverse that we're looking to 2012 that I fifteen seconds or to get this point -- -- your view on it the holiday compromise that point again.
It is what they're going through right now this tax deal is this moment we're turns around.
-- do you need a lot more evidence before your convinced.
No I think this is a turning point -- not instantaneous but everybody.
Goldman Sachs Wells Fargo they all say.
This is the second stimulus that will help the economy at least for the next year and that means good news for President Obama and democratic aspirations ever work that's when he -- -- unemployed in this country to good chance for them but that's the case one thanks have a good weekend.
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