President Obama Grade from MSNBC

Discussion in 'Media' started by KMAN, Apr 8, 2009.

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    I think the 'F' grade is a bit uncalled for. After all, that joke about the Special Olympics on the Tonight Show was hilarious and everyone loves the Obama 'giggle'. Sure, he needs a little practice being a comedian, but give him time.
     
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    Looks like the poll was "Freeped" and "DUed".
     
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    "Sure, he needs a little practice being a comedian, but give him time."

    I dunno... I think he's got that down to a science. Every time I see him on TV I have to check to make sure it's not the Tonight Show. :eek:
     
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    I didn't see a date on the poll, but I don't think a grade is appropriate until we can point to some event or success or failure.

    It's too early to claim the stimulus is either, and I'm waiting for the results of his Turkey trip. If he gets Turkish support for squeezing Iran, blocking Russia, and a treaty with Armenia, then- in spite of the G20 failures, he gets an A- for foreign policy.
     

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