Bush And Clinton Both More Popular Than Obama

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Yup. And he'll be more popular after he leaves office, too.





Exactly

It's hilarious watching the repukes drooling over polls . Thought they would learn from the Romney experience :lol:
 

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Shh...let them think they stumbled onto something relevant.
 

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Watch the libs attack the source.
This, boys and girls, is what is called "poisoning the well".



And this, boys and girls, is what is known as Argumentum Ad Populum.

Let's see how Obama polls five years after he has left office, shall we? And let's see if Obama ever hits the 18 percent approval ranking Bush did, too.
And this is what's called "diversion". Also known as "changing the subject".
 

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Watch the libs attack the source.
This, boys and girls, is what is called "poisoning the well".



And this, boys and girls, is what is known as Argumentum Ad Populum.

Let's see how Obama polls five years after he has left office, shall we? And let's see if Obama ever hits the 18 percent approval ranking Bush did, too.
And this is what's called "diversion". Also known as "changing the subject".
It's all he's got. He's incapable of an argument. He writes stuff, then wont support it, then posts something he claims supports it, then declares it really does support it, then moves the goalposts, then changes the subject.
All marks of a really sub-optimal intelligence.
 
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This, boys and girls, is what is called "poisoning the well".





And this, boys and girls, is what is known as Argumentum Ad Populum.

Let's see how Obama polls five years after he has left office, shall we? And let's see if Obama ever hits the 18 percent approval ranking Bush did, too.
And this is what's called "diversion". Also known as "changing the subject".
It's all he's got. He's incapable of an argument. He writes stuff, then wont support it, then posts something he claims supports it, then declares it really does support it, then moves the goalposts, then changes the subject.
All marks of a really sub-optimal intelligence.
Yep, kinda like all the other liberal idiots on this site, huh?
 

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The Right tried so hard to destroy Clinton. While they were impeaching him, his popularity was in the 70s and remains there.
They failed miserably.
 
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The Right tried so hard to destroy Clinton. While they were impeaching him, his popularity was in the 70s and remains there.
They failed miserably.
I know, it's kind of like how the left tried so hard to destroy Reagan just before he won re-election by the biggest landslide in history, only on a much smaller scale.
 

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