Obama's Approval Rating Falling


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That happens. Gotta blame somebody.....

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For some remember when....
Last edited by lone wolf; Jul 30th, 2009 at 10:12 AM..
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Still has a pretty good rating for the first 6 months comparably.
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And what is the Republican rating?
It appears as if Palin isn't terribly popular in her own state.

Alaskans split down middle on Palin - UPI.com

A little older:

Poll shows Sarah Palin's popularity fading as she prepares to step down | World news | guardian.co.uk

And a bit about McCain:

TheHill.com - McCain’s dilemma
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Poll: US image abroad surges under Obama

Poll: US image abroad surges under Obama - Yahoo! News

Thu Jul 23, 11:00 am ET WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama's popularity has boosted America's image abroad even though deep suspicions about the U.S. persist in the Muslim world, according to a poll released Thursday.
The survey of two dozen nations conducted this spring by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center found that positive public attitudes toward the United States have surged in many parts of the world since Obama's election.
Positive opinions about the United States have returned to higher levels not seen since before President George W. Bush took office in 2001. The Bush presidency marked a steep decline in U.S. popularity overseas, notably after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, because of a perception that the post-9/11 war on terrorism was targeted at Muslims.''

A good image overseas leads to an increase in allies and a stronger front against enemies of peace at home and abroad. Republicans have done nothing to match that accomplishment.
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''surveys show Republicans now leading in this year's two major governor's races, in Virginia and New Jersey.
There's just one problem: The country still doesn't like Republicans.
A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll last week captured the public's mixed verdict. The headlines focused on growing doubts about Obama's health-care plan and the drop in his approval rating, from 60 percent in February to 53 percent now.
But the same poll found that while Democrats as a party had a net positive rating of five points (42 percent positive to 37 percent negative), the GOP faced a 13-point deficit. Only 28 percent rated the Republicans positively; 41 percent rated them negatively.
Perhaps this has something to do with how few positive things Republicans have to say. As a result, the party is being defined by extremist voices who have faced little push-back from its leaders.

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So while this forum's far right critics continue to attack Obama and say that his approval numbers are down, they ignore the fact that Republican numbers are even lower.
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Maxine Waters: Socialize the Oil Companies. http://www.stoptheaclu.com/2008/05/23/maxine-waters-socialize-the-oil-companies/
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... and don't socialize the cost of Bush's war on Iraq!
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Musician Ted Nugent was interviewed by an Austin liberal,
Evan Smith, CEO of TX Monthly. I
love the look on his face during Ted's answer!
Can you believe this aired on a public broadcasting station in AUSTIN ????

Click on link below.


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