Thursday, December 10, 2009

When Polls Collide

Two Recent Polls Show Public Increasingly Opposed To Obama, Favor Former President Bush

Gallup, CNN, Rasmussen and others all have Barack Hussein Obama’s approval rating hovering between 44% and 46%.

44% of voters say they’d rather have Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush according to an article on Politico today.

What does this mean for the 2010 elections?  It means Democrats best not tie their wagons to Obama, more stimulus spending, or health care if they know what’s good for them.  It also means that Obama can no longer blame Bush for the state of the economy, the debt, deficit and the sorry state of international affairs with every turd-world despot spitting and laughing in our faces.

Obama’s year long plummet from 74% approval post inauguration to 44% (with a scant 27% “strong approval”) is the worst among any President in the history of this country.

It’s official: Jimmy Carter is no longer the worst President in the history of the country.

We, the citizens of this country are in desperate need of liberation from this left-wing marxist occupying the White House.

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