Keep up the fearmongering, Republicans.

Opinion polls by two major U.S. television networks show that the majority of the country’s citizens have faith in President Barack Obama’s ability to protect them from ”future acts of terrorism”.

The survey results come despite a wave of strong criticism of the administration’s conduct following the recent failed attempt by a Nigerian national, Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab, to blow up a flight from Amsterdam to the U.S. city of Detroit.

A CNN poll released on Jan. 11 shows that 65 percent of the 1,025 respondents said they had either a ”great deal of” or ”moderate” confidence in Obama administration to keep them safe from future attacks. The number is six points higher than a similar CNN poll in August 2006 when President George W. Bush was in the White House.

A better Terra Warrior than W.!

Maybe the GOP should go back to focusing on teh gays.