Most Conservative in the Nation, Mississippi is not last.
Most Americans 40%, are likely to identify themselves as conservative, the rest being split between moderates and liberals…
We adhere to the principles of personal responsibility and moral values…
We believe in traditional American values like personal liberty, free markets, and a limited government that WORKS to provide the freedom we need to solve our problems and pursue our goals.
We place a high value on our freedom
We want to prosper
We want to provide for our children
We want to help our neighbors
We want to be safe in our communities and our homes.
For the most part, that’s what we have and we believe in the American way.
According to a recent Gallup Poll most Americans do feel good about their personal financial situations, despite the struggling national economy. We still think we are doing better financially than our parents did when they were our age.
This is positive news, given the difficult state of the U.S. economy over the past several years — with millions of Americans seeing their home values deteriorate and jobs evaporate.
Our economic confidence at the start of 2012 is not as upbeat as it was a year ago, but is comparable to our confidence in January 2010.
U.S. unemployment was 8.3% in mid-January — a slight improvement from 8.5% in December, and down from 9.9% in January a year ago.
Still not great by a long stretch I know, but it shows that we aren’t ready to give up just yet. I don’t think this improvement has anything to do with the claims of the Obama administration. It may be in spite of Obama’s efforts. I don’t know. But I do know that it is up to us and not the guy we elect.
It’s good to know that Mississippi is first at something that really matters.
And it’s no surprise that 46% of us are Republicans, 40% Democrat, and 51% of us disapprove of Obama.
“Of all the dispositions and habits, which lead to political prosperity, Religion and Morality are indispensable supports.” George Washington said this in 1796 and it is still true today.
Don’t you agree? Write a comment and tell me what you think.