One look at Matt Drudge's ultra informative website The Drudge Report causes even the most easygoing human great anxiety with numerous shake-the-head moments.
There are headlines about the bottomless well leaking thousands of gallons of oil into the Gulf, and discussions about pending war in Korea. If it weren't for the picture of Lindsey Lohan in the far left column, readers would probably end their session with a "why go on" mentality.
But underneath all of the major geopolitical articles and thumbnail descriptions, there was one article that really caught my attention: "Networks Begin to Turn on Obama."
After clicking on the link, you will be redirected to RealClearPolitics.com and provided with a handful of clips from the three major news networks: ABC, CBS and NBC. All three had boots-on-the-ground coverage of the Gulf oil spill, and all three videos describe the anger, frustration and confusion over the lack of solutions from Washington in handling the massive oil leak.
One common denominator about all three reports, though, is the local population is obviously angry by the lack of attention and direction given by President Obama and his team, but the anger is not just isolated to the Gulf region – it's all over the country.
In the latest Rasmussen Poll, the president is sitting on an approval rating of 44%. Increases in the Misery Index and decreases in stock market values are certain to provide a significant amount of pressure on the president's ratings over the summer. But there's an even greater concern brewing, and that is the lack of leadership.