- The response to Gov. Bobby Jindal’s address last night was almost universally negative … with the exception of CBN’s David Brody who said “Jindal’s star is shining bright.“
- Speaking of Jindal, Rush Limbaugh warns any conservative who dares to criticize him that he doesn’t ever want to hear from them again.
- The Weekly Standard Gary Andres links to this Gallup poll on presidential approval ratings in a post titled “At One-Month Mark, Obama’s Approval Rating Lower than Jimmy Carter’s.” Of course, that might have something to do with the fact that Carter had the highest approval rating one-month into his term of any president in the last forty years, so every president has had a lower approval rating than Carter.
- Finally, the Liberty Counsel warns that Democrats are using the economic crisis to “undermine the rights of people of faith”:
If America is truly in the worst financial crisis in 70 years, why are President Obama and Congress unleashing new attacks almost daily on our faith and families? … The so-called “stimulus” bill proved this point. Ultraliberal politicians are using people’s fears as a cover for a massive political makeover of our Nation! Their strategy is to profit off the misery of others in order to move forward a very liberal agenda. Such a strategy is just as deplorable for elected officials as the actions of profiteers who gouged people at the gas pumps following the hurricane Katrina disaster!