Poll: 79% approve of way Obama is handling transition

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    Poll: 79% approve of way Obama is handling transition - CNN.com
     
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    A CNN poll? I'm surprised it wasn't 100%. Didn't Saddam Hussein get a 100% approval rating each year he was leader of Iraq?
     
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    I'm in the minoirity! Oh well.
     
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    :lol: You mean the same CNN poll which was accurate on this years election?
     
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    Personally, I could not be happier with him so far. I'm a moderate, centrist voter and I worried that he might be far too liberal in his actions in conjunction with a democrat-controlled congress. I don't like to see too many of either party in power because I don't trust the Republicans OR the Democrats.
     
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    catz he's not in office yet,, so what's not to be happy about?? I wasn't happy with him to start with so he's gat a long long way to go to make me happy.. he is liberal, pelosi and reid are liberal,, obamalama's first action will be to hand the UN 9 billion dollars to fight global poverty,(that will be 9 billion per year= a min. of 36 B) and then sign a trillion or 2 trillion dollar stimulus package the pelosi and reid are making ready,, the dems are in control,, make no mistake,, we are going to be more dependent on arab oil than ever before :confused:
     
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    I voted for him because McCain seemed like he'd fallen off the Crazy Train with Ozzy. But, I wasn't happy about it, and I was never one of his fanatical supporters. I'm adopting a wait-and-see attitude.
     
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    Other than the buzz about Hillary Clinton...do you think that any of the people polled could list actual reasons why they felt so strongly about Obama's transition?

    Hey, the people are happy....thats great. But I'm guessing its because they are excited to have Bush out and Obama in...not because of anything he is doing. He could be sitting at home decorating a Christmas tree with his kids...and as long as the media provided a picture of the cute and cuddly scene the American people would be thrilled.
     
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    I wasn't crazy about McCain either, this truly was a "pick the lesser of two evils" election year,,, not much we can do but wait and see, I am sorta just expecting the worst though cause he is joining forces with Pelosi, Reid, Murtha, Kerry, Gore, Dodd, Fwank,, oh god, it's just too depressing..
     

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