April 12, 2012
Jim Clifton , GEO of Gallup, the leading poll company in America, told Russia Today unemployment will sink Obama’s re-election bid.
“According to the Gallup poll, if we vote tonight, Romney will beat him… They are not voting for Romney – they just vote against the president,” Clifton said.
Forget Afghanistan, Pakistan and a new war in Africa – Americans are more concerned about losing their jobs. “If something really big happens… that will only make a little bit of a difference. Americans don’t want to hear about foreign policy. They should, but they don’t,” Clifton said.
Clifton admitted unemployment is around 20 percent, far higher than the 8 percent the government and the establishment media keep insisting it is. Others put the number at 22.5% , a number closing in on the last Great Depression’s unemployment figure of 25%.
“Gallup shows real unemployment is close to 20 per cent in America. Not 8.5 but 20 per cent. 30 million people are out of work. 60 per cent of them told Gallup they have no hope of getting a job. That is 18 million,” he said.
Americans blame the president for their economic woes and high unemployment, although it is obvious the presidency is merely a ceremonial position and the real economic decisions are made by the Federal Reserve and the bankster cartel. Obama’s administration, like that of his predecessor, is stacked with Goldman Sachs operatives  and one-world government proponents. Obama’s job is to recite the globalist mantra from behind the teleprompters, not wave a magic wand and create jobs and lower gasoline prices.
“We can be quite sure that somewhere between 400 to 500 high-level members of the Obama administration will be members of the CFR,” John McManus  wrote after the election. “How can we say that? Because that’s about how many CFR members occupy the current Bush administration (beginning with Vice President Dick Cheney, an in-again, out-again member of the CFR board of directors). And about the same number occupied posts in the Clinton administration. And so it has gone since the New Deal reign of Franklin D. Roosevelt.”
If Mr. Clifton is right, voters suffering from political amnesia will throw out Obama and replace him with Romney, not because Romney will address the economic decline of America and create jobs, but because that is the only choice voters have now – to throw out one globalist vetted and groomed teleprompter reader and replace him with another one.