Stick a fork in Obama

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    1. "On life support. Dead man walking. Down for the count. He’s toast. Stick a fork in him; he’s done. Pick your own metaphorical cliché as long as it acknowledges that this president is a goner.

    2. If you need proof, consider Gallup’s recent assessment of the president’s job-approval numbers: “Only one elected president since Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jimmy Carter, had a lower 11th-quarter average than Obama.” And we all know what happened to Mr. Peanut.

    3. Gallup brings the president’s lousy numbers to the bottom line by showing that Obama is losing to a generic Republican in its surveys, as well as in a head-to-head with the leading Republican, Mitt Romney.

    4. The killer data point, in my view, is that the decline in Obama’s job approval has been so systematic and lockstep, declining in Gallup’s surveys by an average of about 3 points per quarter, never increasing outside the margin of error from one quarter to the next and staying below 50 percent since his fourth quarter in office. This means that most Americans have lingered over his failures for seven or more quarters, deepening and reinforcing their malaise about the man. Once you get into a groove like that, it’s hard to get out.

    5. Right now, using Gallup’s numbers, 9 percent of registered Democrats defect to a generic Republican and 13 percent of Democrats vote for Mitt Romney. There is simply no way to formulate a minimum winning coalition scenario for Obama if more than 5 percent of Democrats defect.

    6. Of course, the main hindrance to Obama’s reelection is the sorry state of the economy. I suspect the Obama strategy team checks with the Conference Board, the University of Michigan and Gallup hourly to see if their consumer confidence indicators show any signs of life. Nothing’s happening lately on that front, however. The fact is that the president’s men and women can’t move this rock.

    7. ...like Cubs fans believing a World Series is possible next year, the Obama campaign planners maintain belief that recovery is within their grasp.

    8. Once it’s clear that there is no reason to vote for Obama, his handlers will refocus on reasons to vote against the Republican. This is where the problems they face are myriad. When a candidate with high negatives starts attacking one with low negatives, the result is usually a boomerang."
    Stick a fork in Obama


    Bye..bye.....
     
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    I saw one of the dumb far left supporters say on fox news that Obama will be re-elected despite the 10% unemployment he created. {god, some of these leftist commentators are dumber than their pets}
     
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    I say let's stick a pitch fork in him....
     
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    not to worry libtards, he'll just find a way to throw money at a few key demographic groups...
     
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    a year is a long time in politics....pc!
     
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    When you say the same thing day after week after month after year, it loses its meaning. Rather like the boy who cried wolf.
     
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    How did Eisenhower do?

    Oh, that's right. He WON and he did it while imposing a 90% tax rate on top earners too, the PINKO COMMIE!

    Besides, who else you gonna put in there? Mitt "Guy Smiley" Romney?
    The tea party approval rating is at 25%. Congress' is at 12%. The current house of representatives has passed precisely THREE Pieces of legislation into law. THREE. The DO NOTHING congress passed 14.

    You CONZ are in for a HELLUVA wake up call. America rejects the tea party agenda and more closely identifies with the OWS crowd.
    The American people are PISSED that you CONZ can't make up your mind to piss your pants if they were on fire.

    Perhaps if you come up with some ideas for jobs that haven't already proven to be failures (tax cuts), you might be taken more seriously by serious people. As it is, CONZ are CLOWN SHOES and Americans KNOW it.
     
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    "...after you admitted the GOP most likely wont win.... "

    Could you find that one for me?
     
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    Who do you think might beat Obama. Like he said the other night, he's waiting for all of them to be voted off the island. :lol:

    Mitt hasn't even had to face any challenge yet. Your candidates are fools, he's the best of the worst.
     
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    While his job approval ratings might be low..and they are..there are alot of extraordinary circumstances that are surrounding that. His personal ratings remain quite high and more democrats are behind him then republicans are behind any candidate. Additionally when matched up against any republican candidate currently available, he beats them and quite handily.

    I personally think the longer these republican debates go on..the better it will be for Obama.

    Add in, the congress approval ratings are in single digits.

    And public sentiment toward government in general is pretty rotten.
     

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