[eDebate] polls don't lie: obama = worse than bush+carter

Old Strega oldstrega
Tue Aug 25 10:48:06 CDT 2009

told you so.    rookie with a zillion czars who doesn't know what to do because his M.O. is to try and please.    wait til that war in afghanistan proves to be stupider than iraq w no impact on al-qaeda.     in poker, some call Ace-King "Anna Kournikova" because it looks good but never wins.    hollywood went for obama and even the stupid remnants of the Grateful Dead held a benefit concert on his behalf.    the whole thing was so shallow and never had any substance.    good thing soetero's autobiography was already finished when he was 14 years old because it's all downhill from here.    worse than bush and carter.   breakin the all-time disapproval records.http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/aug/24/obama-poll-numbers-take-no-rest-from-falling/?source=newsletter_must-read-stories-today_headlinesThe Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll released Sunday showed that 41 percent of voters strongly disapprove of Mr. Obama's performance as president, compared with 27 percent who strongly approved. Rasmussen said those numbers are the worst ever for Mr. Obama. The 14-point gap between the two numbers is more than double the six-point difference in the Rasmussen poll as recently as Thursday.The total of "disapproval" responses, of whatever strength, topped the approval numbers by 51 percent to 48 percent.Using unusually strong language to describe the developments, borne out in a host of polls over the past week, political analyst Charlie Cook said in an e-mail to his subscribers that "the situation this summer has slipped completely out of control for President Obama and congressional Democrats.""We believe it would be a mistake to underestimate the impact that this mood will have on members of Congress of both parties when they return to Washington in September, if it persists through the end of the congressional recess," Mr. Cook wrote.Joseph Pounder, a Republican campaign consultant who recently left the staff of the House Republican leadership to work for a gubernatorial candidate in Texas, said the turn of events has been both surprising and rejuvenating for Mr. Obama's political opponents."It's been a real bad summer for a White House that was supposed to rock everyone's world," Mr. Pounder said.
Get back to school stuff for them and cashback for you.
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