Obama 49% GOP House 20% Approval: Sensing Anti-White + Pro-Foreclosures Bias(?)!

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    The Republican Party famously got its start with the attempted genocide of white working Americans in the 1860's. Roosevelt would take a more integrated approach to US economic policy, in the 1930's. The German Third Reich supported the law, killing off Jews, Slavs, Dissidents and Undesirables in that Time Frame. Republicans and Ivy League Supporters would all keep the money in the US foreclosures crisis of 2007-2011. The bias of the GOP, and Ivy League supporters, clearly shows.

    Now White People mostly seem to have noticed what teachers like Gingrich, and supporters like Huntsman, Romney, Bachmann, Paul, Paul, et., al., are for. ABC news finds a 49% surge for Obama, with a 20% disparagement of The Holocaust, kinds of supporters at GOP! House Democrats do nearly 50% better than House GOP.

    President Barack Obama's approval rating climbs to 49%... as House squabbles over payroll tax | Mail Online

    They even seem to be polite about it, not directly so-stating(?) that White Genocide, and Black Genocide attempts are opposed! Maybe if someone does some math, or the "Nein! Nein! Nein!," GOP response to the Obama-Biden, economic lubrication--Gop later, GOP Cantor opposed to the Stimulation from the worldwide disaster relief: Then the Obama prospects would even become more excited, going into 2012!

    Can anyone believe that females actually foaled any spawn, during all that time-frame(?): Unless maybe they were for Clinton, or someone(?): Not showing off a lot of trophies like Herman Cain(?). . .or Newt(?)!

    Obamas supporters are getting excited again!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (GOP Senate Candidates now maybe waiting at least for Bachmann or Palin to Man Up(?): And maybe do an X-Rated film for little kids(?)!)
     
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    I think this shows that the American public are finally beginning to see just how political Republicans like Boehner in Congress are.
     
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    About what?
     
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    Clearly, teaching is not possible--at any grade level--without the doctoral degree: Unless it is believed that some kids are better than other kids, and that all the other kids are not worth the extra effort!

    "Life Is Like That," you may say. Equal Rights Are Not Like LIfe At all!

    And so, legal it is! In fact, it is just like math(?): Which is all about unequal treatment under law(?), at RNC(?)--shown my McConnell-Boehner-Cantor-Romney-McCain-Palin-Huntsman--Cain-Pawlenty--Bachmann-Gingrich-Paul-Paul, et. al., on TV!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Better Seen: "Who Was Mascale, anyway?! It's the L-o-o-o-o-n-e. White Man! Tune In, and See if he's dead yet!" (Actually, that has already been done: In the "Golden Age" of serial TV!)
     
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    Now thats desperation. CONGRATULATIONS.

    Even using fluff polls.

    By god that makes you a poll smoker.
     
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    Both the first and the second battles at Bull Run were probably like this, below:
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    By NBC's Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, Domenico Montanaro, and Brooke Brower

    *** Cornered: To understand how House Republicans have backed themselves into a corner on extending the payroll tax cut, two Senate Republicans running in some of the most competitive contests next year are distancing themselves from the House GOP. “The House Republicans’ plan to scuttle the deal to help middle-class families is irresponsible and wrong,” said Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA), who most likely will run against Democrat Elizabeth Warren in 2012. “The refusal to compromise now threatens to increase taxes on hard-working Americans and stop unemployment benefits for those out of work.” And Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV), who will run against Democratic Rep. Shelley Berkley, added: “What is playing out in Washington, D.C., this week is about political leverage, not about what’s good for the American people. Congress can work out a solution without stopping the payroll tax-cut extension for the middle class.” Bottom line: You know where the politics on this issue are when Brown and Heller are for/against something. Two other veteran senators, Richard Lugar and Olympia Snowe, also both up for re-election in states carried by President Obama in ‘08, have joined the chorus of Republicans asking the House GOP to simply vote out the Senate bill.
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    Along the California coast, a "Red Tide" is mainly dead plankton. Sometimes it even smells like that. Famously, it does glow in the dark!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Glow, Little-Glow-Worm-That-Does-Two-Fifths(?)! Hmmmmm!)
     
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    His approval rating with Warrior 102 - Minus 577.

    That's the only poll I give a fuck about.
     
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    ABC Washington Post likes to put their sampling as follows:

    "Washington Post-ABC News Poll"

    "This Washington Post-ABC News poll was conducted by telephone December 15-18 2011, among a random national sample of 1,005 adults, including landline and cell phone-only respondents. Results for the full sample have a 3.5 point error margin. Sampling, data collection and tabulation by Abt-SRBI of New York."

    It is not clear if it is done during freeway traffic rush hours, or not: Is all.

    Obama tends to have a fairly consistent 28% or so strong approval. The strong Obama disapproval is closer to a third. Disapprovers tend mainly to be those. Moderate approvers tend to be at 20% or so. Disapprovers tend to be 15% more or less.

    Abt-SRBI may or may not know what a rush hour is. They may have gone to Ivy League schools.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Stalled-Eagle-Soaring-With-New-Head-Gear not concerned with Rush Hour problems--Or Hunting!)
     
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    Skewed sample. Enough said

     

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