Pessimism about the economic outlook for America is up among independents:

Fifty percent of independent voters expect the economy to be weaker over the next year, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports survey.

The percentage of unaffiliated voters with a bleaker economic outlook was 19 percent before President Obama won a second term.

One could point out that there was an opportunity to avoid this.  I am extremely worried about the economy at this point.

But we can’t just worry. We need to start working on paths forward. And ways around the Obama-loving media.

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