Voters say Obama is extreme, lacks plan for future

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    links in article at site
    people are Waking up
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    Extreme? That's what likely voters say of President Obama's views, according to a new poll.




    Paul Bedard

    Washington Secrets
    The Washington Examiner
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    In the broadening fight for voters in the political middle road, a fast-growing number of Americans consider President Obama's views as extreme, especially men, Christians and older voters, according to a new Rasmussen Reports poll. A majority view Mitt Romney as mainstream.
    47% Consider Obama

    Those who view Obama as an extremist has surged seven points since May, a potentially troubling political turn as both he and Romney begin reaching out to independent voters. For his part, only 31 percent of likely voters polled June 29-30 saw Romney as extreme, virtually unchanged from a month ago, said Rasmussen.

    For two months, those who view Obama as extreme has increased, reaching 47 percent in the latest poll. Just 43 percent consider the president in the mainstream.

    Likely impacting the poll was the recent Supreme Court decision endorsing Obamacare and the associated debate over taxes as well as the president's backing of gay marriage and decision to stop deporting the children of illegal immigrants.

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    Voters say Obama is extreme, lacks plan for future | WashingtonExaminer.com
     
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    The only thing extreme about Obama's policies is the extreme lengths republicans will go to destroy them.
     
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    awww, didn't like the results eh?

    now cry us a riva

    waaa
     
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    RDD_1210 Forms his own opinions

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    Certainly not nearly as extreme as those "tax increases" you'll be paying, right Stephanie??? Remind us again how much you'll be paying......bwhahahaahahahahah......you have no clue. Pathetic.
     
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    ...but at least he's not Romney! :cool:
     
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    EriktheRed Eh...

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    The Washington Examiner, supported by Rasmussen.

    Yup, that just screeeeeeams credibility.
     
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    LOL stephanie spreading more ultra right wing rasmussen propaganda.

    These fools just bring hours and hours of entertainment, don't they? :lmao:
     
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    maybe the plasmo will come along and give you a few more strokes
    quite the pair:eusa_clap:
     
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    Odd this is almost the same result as a Rasmussen Poll in 2010

    48% Say Obama
     
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    President Obama 221 Governor Romney 181

    RealClearPolitics - 2012 Election Maps - Electoral Map

    Battleground states where the President leads

    Florida 29

    Ohio 18

    Michigan 16

    Virginia 13

    Wisconsin 10

    Colorado 9

    Nevada 6

    Iowa 6

    New Hampshire 4


    Hmmmmm........ Looks like the President needs only the first three states listed to win. And that is how it stands at present, a week after the Supreme Court ruling on the ACA.
     

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