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huntinman
03-30-2011, 01:49 PM
Roger and Little Rog...your boy is going down quicker than a Libyan dictator:rolleyes:

Poll: Obama's approval hits new low
By: Jennifer Epstein
March 30, 2011 07:57 AM EDT

President Barack Obama’s approval rating and prospects for reelection have plunged to all-time lows in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday.

Half of the registered voters surveyed for the poll think that the president does not deserve a second term in office, while 41 percent say he does. In another Quinnipiac poll released just four weeks ago, 45 percent said the president did not deserve reelection, while 47 percent said he did.

The decline in support for a second Obama term comes as his approval rating has dropped 4 percentage points since early March, landing at 42 percent – a record low – in the poll released Wednesday. His disapproval rating has risen from 46 percent to 48 percent.

The downward shift may in part be the result of dissatisfaction over U.S involvement in Libya, with 47 percent of those surveyed saying they oppose it. By a margin of 58 percent to 29 percent, registered voters said that Obama has not clearly stated U.S. goals for the mission.

The poll as conducted March 22-28 and surveyed 2,069 registered voters. The error margin is plus or minus 2.2 percentage points.


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BrianW
03-30-2011, 02:43 PM
I wonder how low the numbers will go after the news gets out that we're giving them comm gear & transports.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110330/ts_nm/us_libya

"Obama said he had already agreed to provide communications equipment, medical supplies and potentially transport to the Libyan opposition, but no military hardware"

Russia has already accused the allies of overstepping their U.N. remit by carrying out strikes on Gaddafi's ground forces and on Wednesday warned the West against arming the rebels.

Eric Johnson
03-30-2011, 02:52 PM
I wonder how low the numbers will go after the news gets out that we're giving them comm gear & transports.


Let's give them the recovered vehicles from "Clunkers 2....".

Eric

dnf777
03-30-2011, 03:10 PM
I'm not happy with Obama for several reasons, so you can drop me from your hit roster. How's your gal Palin doing? I hear they're lower that snake shat.

huntinman
03-30-2011, 03:32 PM
I'm not happy with Obama for several reasons, so you can drop me from your hit roster. How's your gal Palin doing? I hear they're lower that snake shat.

Is that all you have? Obama's sinking like the Titanic and you want to talk about Palin? You and your internet idol, big Roger, are obsessed with her. I hope you don't say her name out loud at night in bed;-) Unless of course you are married to a Sarah;-)

dnf777
03-30-2011, 03:43 PM
Is that all you have? Obama's sinking like the Titanic and you want to talk about Palin? You and your internet idol, big Roger, are obsessed with her. I hope you don't say her name out loud at night in bed;-) Unless of course you are marries to a Sarah;-)

I guess you haven't read my previous comments about him. I'm no fan. I think the was the best alternative at the time, and I shudder to think where we'd be under McCain/Palin! But that's a different thread. Ron Paul was my dog in the race, but the republicans rejected him right out, and went with Mrs. Sarah Palin and McCain instead. Real good move on their part! :confused:

I only bring up Sarah as "your gal" to let you know how I feel about being described as an Obama disciple. There's no need to call names either. Roger doesn't even have an entire thread and pool organizing around him! ;)

Roger Perry
03-30-2011, 07:34 PM
Is that all you have? Obama's sinking like the Titanic and you want to talk about Palin? You and your internet idol, big Roger, are obsessed with her. I hope you don't say her name out loud at night in bed;-) Unless of course you are married to a Sarah;-)

Palin is the best the Republicans have to offer for the 2012 Presidential race.;-)

huntinman
03-31-2011, 08:10 AM
Palin is the best the Republicans have to offer for the 2012 Presidential race.;-)

Not that I agree with you, because that would be a dumbe thing to do... But I would love to see her take on your community organizer. Might teach him how to "man up".

Roger Perry
03-31-2011, 08:20 AM
Not that I agree with you, because that would be a dumbe thing to do... But I would love to see her take on your community organizer. Might teach him how to "man up".

Dumbe????????????? is that a new word you made up---- dumb & dumber regards ;-)

BrianW
03-31-2011, 08:27 AM
Seems the longer the Reps stay out of campaigning, the more PBO shoots himself in the foot, since he has no target.

If he keeps this up, Bristol Palin could probably beat him! :D ;)

road kill
03-31-2011, 08:33 AM
Our next President???
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March 30, 2011
Hillary Clinton Favorable Near Her All-Time HighSecretary leads the president and vice president in popular appealby Lydia Saad
PRINCETON, NJ -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's favorable rating from Americans is now 66%, up from 61% in July 2010 and her highest rating to date while serving in the Obama administration. The current rating is just one percentage point below her all-time high rating of 67%, from December 1998.



Clinton's record-high rating came shortly after the U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Bill Clinton on charges of perjury related to the Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones investigations, matters that engendered Americans' sympathy for the first lady. However, her subsequent entry into electoral politics -- first as a U.S. senator from New York, and later as a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination -- made her a more polarizing figure, and her favorable rating descended at times into the 40s.

Since Gallup began measuring Clinton's favorable rating in 1993, there have been several instances when Americans viewed her more unfavorably than favorably -- one as recently as February 2008. However, more than 60% of Americans viewed her favorably in all three measures Gallup has taken since she assumed her State Department job, and she scored 65% in January 2009 just prior to President Barack Obama being sworn in.

The latest results are from a March 25-27 Gallup poll conducted while the United States was actively involved in enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya, a policy Clinton reportedly advocated.
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I know some won't like this, BUT Clinton is more conservative than some of the Republicans that are pussy-footin' around.

Just sayin'......


RK

Roger Perry
03-31-2011, 09:11 AM
Our next President???
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March 30, 2011
Hillary Clinton Favorable Near Her All-Time HighSecretary leads the president and vice president in popular appealby Lydia Saad
PRINCETON, NJ -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's favorable rating from Americans is now 66%, up from 61% in July 2010 and her highest rating to date while serving in the Obama administration. The current rating is just one percentage point below her all-time high rating of 67%, from December 1998.



Clinton's record-high rating came shortly after the U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Bill Clinton on charges of perjury related to the Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones investigations, matters that engendered Americans' sympathy for the first lady. However, her subsequent entry into electoral politics -- first as a U.S. senator from New York, and later as a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination -- made her a more polarizing figure, and her favorable rating descended at times into the 40s.

Since Gallup began measuring Clinton's favorable rating in 1993, there have been several instances when Americans viewed her more unfavorably than favorably -- one as recently as February 2008. However, more than 60% of Americans viewed her favorably in all three measures Gallup has taken since she assumed her State Department job, and she scored 65% in January 2009 just prior to President Barack Obama being sworn in.

The latest results are from a March 25-27 Gallup poll conducted while the United States was actively involved in enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya, a policy Clinton reportedly advocated.
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I know some won't like this, BUT Clinton is more conservative than some of the Republicans that are pussy-footin' around.

Just sayin'......


RK

So you are saying that if Obama decides not to run as a Presidential canidate for a second term and Hillery steps in you would vote for her?????????:confused:

starjack
03-31-2011, 05:52 PM
So you are saying that if Obama decides not to run as a Presidential canidate for a second term and Hillery steps in you would vote for her?????????:confused:

RTF'S LEFTIE OF THE YEAR IS THAT HER NEW NAME.:rolleyes:

huntinman
03-31-2011, 06:11 PM
Our next President???
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I know some won't like this, BUT Clinton is more conservative than some of the Republicans that are pussy-footin' around.

Just sayin'......


RK

Come on man... don't fall for the act. That's how Obama got where he is... remember Hope and Change... falling sea levels and that sh*t? All she has to do is pretend to be conservative. ANYTHING looks conservative next to a Socialist. Hillary still has some leftover goodwill from the shaft she got during the election from her own lefties. Everyone feels a little guilty... and they know what a total LOSER they chose insead... But, she is not better than any republican... Hell Barney, the former first dog would be better... is he still alive?