Gallup: Obama's Approval Too Low For Re-Election...

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    Is this a disturbing sign for the Democrats?


    A new Gallup analysis of President Barack Obama’s approval rating released on Tuesday concludes that Obama’s approval level is now well below where it probably needs to be next year for him to win reelection.

    “Obama's latest 43% weekly average approval rating matches his ratings for the prior four weeks,” says the analysis by Gallup's Lydia Saad. “While slightly improved over his approval ratings earlier this fall, it stands well shy of where it started in 2011 and where it likely needs to be in 2012 for Obama to win re-election."

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    What idiot would say Obama is doing a great job?
     
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    It will come down to who cares enough to get off their fat asses and vote.
     
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    Too low for re-election? Is the election being held tomorrow?
     
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    BO nibbles around the edges too much. He needs to save money somewhere if he wants to do anything. He should have let the Bush tax cuts expire before. Then he should have gone after the Wall Street crooks with a vengeance. As it is now, we don't know whose side he's on. We see his lips move, but nothing happens.
     
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    I guess we'll see how it all pans out. But he's not doing too well right now.
     

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