Gallup: Obama Drops Again

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Gallup shows Obama at an all time low with just a 46% overall job approval score - and only 38% think Obama is helping to make America prosperous.

Ouch!!!


Gallup Daily: Obama Job Approval



Obama Not Meeting Americans' Lofty Expectations on Issues

Is any of you eternal anti-american blathering going to un-elect Obama?

Nope. He won the election fair and square and is afforded four years to prove his value and another 4 years if the people opt for it.

Conservatives are happy to see that the American people are not sold on the idea that liberal policies work.
 
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Gallup shows Obama at an all time low with just a 46% overall job approval score - and only 38% think Obama is helping to make America prosperous.

Ouch!!!


Gallup Daily: Obama Job Approval



Obama Not Meeting Americans' Lofty Expectations on Issues

Is any of you eternal anti-american blathering going to un-elect Obama?

Nope. He won the election fair and square and is afforded four years to prove his value and another 4 years if the people opt for it.

Conservatives are happy to see that the American people are not sold on the idea that liberal policies work.


And it appears it only took about a year for serious buyer's remorse to set in!!!
 

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^^No, it won't un-elect him. So, guess we should just shut up, bend over and take it, huh?


If this passes, Obama will be in the overall job approval rating of mid 30's by Christmas. He'll be impeached before 2012. I'm predicting it. Republicans WILL take Senate and House this fall, easily, in biggest political tsunami in decades, far bigger than 94, and Obama will get impeached. Voter revolution coming in the fall. Democrats suicide mission will make them unemployed, and Rep's will repeal this disaster and hopefully impeach the Great One before he's voted out in 2012.
 
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Obviously, all the white people had temporary racism amnesia in the Fall of 2008 and voted him in. NOW, I suppose all the white people are remembering their racism and going against Obama.
 

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Is any of you eternal anti-american blathering going to un-elect Obama?

Nope. He won the election fair and square and is afforded four years to prove his value and another 4 years if the people opt for it.

Conservatives are happy to see that the American people are not sold on the idea that liberal policies work.


And it appears it only took about a year for serious buyer's remorse to set in!!!

Hey...when you are promised things like "changes in Washington" and 95% of the people making money on the deal if he is elected (during a recession when 500 bucks really means something)....it is easy to go for it...and have buyers remorse when you realized it was nothing but thew same old same old.
 
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The current state of the Obama White House and Pelosi-Reid Congress...


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^^No, it won't un-elect him. So, guess we should just shut up, bend over and take it, huh?


If this passes, Obama will be in the overall job approval rating of mid 30's by Christmas. He'll be impeached before 2012. I'm predicting it. Republicans WILL take Senate and House this fall, easily, in biggest political tsunami in decades, far bigger than 94, and Obama will get impeached. Voter revolution coming in the fall. Democrats suicide mission will make them unemployed, and Rep's will repeal this disaster and hopefully impeach the Great One before he's voted out in 2012.

Nah...he will never be impeached. What would it be based on? Doing a bad job?
 

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Who cares what Gallup says?

We only post Rassmussen polls on this board

Now get with the PROGRAM!
 

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No matter how many polls you post Sinatra, it doesn't take away from the fact that you've been talking about how Obama's poll numbers are falling like a stone - but in reality, his numbers have been pretty much the same for the last 6 months.

And they're still higher than Reagan's were, at this point in his presidency. Poll numbers mean NOTHING right now.
 

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If Sinatra's "the sky is falling for Obama" predictions are correct, Obama should be a 18% approval rating right now. What? You mean he's at 46%? But isn't that where he was less than a year ago? :eusa_eh:
 

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No matter how many polls you post Sinatra, it doesn't take away from the fact that you've been talking about how Obama's poll numbers are falling like a stone - but in reality, his numbers have been pretty much the same for the last 6 months.

And they're still higher than Reagan's were, at this point in his presidency. Poll numbers mean NOTHING right now.

You may be right.
But the 38% saying that his policies are not creating prosperity tells us much in temrs of favoring liberal politcies.
But yes, as for his poularity...time will tell. People are selfish. They want to see the money.
They arent seeing the money yet.
 

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You may be right.
But the 38% saying that his policies are not creating prosperity tells us much in temrs of favoring liberal politcies.
But yes, as for his poularity...time will tell. People are selfish. They want to see the money.
They arent seeing the money yet.

When Obama starts favoring Liberal policies, you let me know! :cool:
 

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You may be right.
But the 38% saying that his policies are not creating prosperity tells us much in temrs of favoring liberal politcies.
But yes, as for his poularity...time will tell. People are selfish. They want to see the money.
They arent seeing the money yet.

When Obama starts favoring Liberal policies, you let me know! :cool:

Did you read some of the stimulus that he approved when he signed?
 

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