Discussion in 'Politics' started by Conservative, Dec 28, 2011.
President Obama's Slip - WSJ.com
slip sliding away....
He's doing that well and he hasn't even started campaigning. And after months of Republicans lying about everything from foreign policy to the economy.
Oh, I'm sorry, I meant "years".
Um.........based on the way the GOP has been acting lately, Obama's poll numbers have actually gone UP.
He's just above 50 percent approval now, and just 1 percentage point below a generic Republican according to Rasmussen's poll data from yesterday.
Are you high?
Obama's approval rating is now 12 percentage points lower than his 2008 share of the vote among young adults (age 18-29)
11 points lower among African Americans
10 points among college-educated white women
Compared to his 2008 showing...
He's tumbled 14 percentage points among independents, another group that provided him a narrow majority of its votes last time.
Among upper middle-income families earning between $75,000 and $100,000 annually
. he's dropped from 51 percent of the vote with them to 44 percent approval.
How the Hell do you consider all that 'doing well'?
Did your parents have any children that were not brain damaged?
so it pleases you that our presidents approval rating is goingt up because of the actions of congress?
Sort of a pattern here.
When he gets poor numbers, it is the fault of the party of no.
When he gets better ratings it is becuase of the party of no.
Obama...the man who has never done anything wrong...and anything that goes wrong around him is someone elses fault.
Its getting kind of old.
Obama only lost by 5 points, so the math is right, he will lose by 10 to 12 points in 2012 assuming we wont have any Democratic Voter Fraud schemes!!!
Paul Ryan as VP would be a lock in!!
lol...hasnt even started campaigning yet.
Unlike the GOP candidates, Obama has his history as President to be rated on.
He should not have to campaign.
Unless, of course, he has nothing to be proud of.
Ah...but he does....Obamacare!
Oh yeah....fist we need to see if the SCOTUS approves of it from a consitutional standpoint.
Voters disillusioned with Obama will not flock to the GOP, regardless of candidate and regardless of how much you hope they will.
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