Thursday, April 22, 2010

Obama: "Family Security Matters" Polls Hugely Negative

Few have no opinion; most fear a diminished U.S. role in world

According to subscribers to a conservative Washington homeland
security think tank, most people believe America is no longer
feared or respected in the world.

A poll published by Family Security asserts that 81
percent quizzed generally agreed that "because of the White
House's foreign policy initiatives, America is no longer trusted
by allies, feared by enemies or respecteed as it used to be."

Only 13 percent did not agree with the question, 4 percent said
it does not matter and 2 percent said "I don't know."

In a follow-up poll, the overwhelming majority of 86 percent said
they don't think America is as safe from terrorists under the
Obama Administration as it was under the guidance of George W.
Bush. Only 12 percent said yes and 2 percent had no answer.

The website - - states the mission
of the organization is: "to inform all Americans, men and women,
about the issues surrounding national security; to address their
fears about safety and security on a personal, family, community,
national and international level; to highlight the connection
between individual safety and a strong national defense; to
increase civic participation and political responsibility; and to
empower all Americans to become proactive defenders of our
national security and community safety."

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