NBC/WSJ poll: Obama bouncing back

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    Hmmmm...

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41161439/ns/politics-more_politics/
     
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    Oh neat.......
     
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    Yup.....it is what it is, no dead-cat bounce here, hes made some real numbers back.

    Hes triangulating- the reps fell for it and he got his Oklahoma city.....he gets the bump and that's the game yo, hes done well.
     
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    why hmmm?

    He proved to be a great head of state as it pertained to a national tragedy.
    Now without a double majority, he is ablke to govern all of the people.
    He gets a favorable rating from me whereas he didnt before November 2010
    My vote in 2012? Depends on his opponent and it depends on the prediction of the house majorities....
     
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    More evidence that the election wasn't a rejection of Obama policy, Democratic policy, liberalism, or anything of the sort. It was a vote against the slowness of the economic recovery.
     
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    That is how you see it.

    I see it as the election actually woke him up and he is now proving to independants and some republicans that he CAN triangulate.

    I believe Reid and Pelosi COMBINED was the worst thing for him.

    With one out of a position of control, Obama now has the lead...as he should have since his first day.
     
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    He goes on TV less than he used to.......
     
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    uhm how did you get there?
     
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    I agree BUT, I think he gave them control and set them up....
     
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    Because MOST Americans aren't as ideological as the screaming pundits would have you believe. Not everyone has abandoned his own ability to reason and given that task to beck and Limbaugh.

    People always vote their wallets. This mid term was all economy, not all ideology.
     

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