Skip to comments.Democrats driving off a cliff
Posted on 06/17/2010 7:32:55 PM PDT by Nachum
Last week, President Obama's job approval rating sank to 46 percent in a Gallup poll, matching the lowest weekly job approval rating of his presidency. Few Americans were surprised. Obama's bumbling response to the BP oil spill drove the latest decline in his popularity almost equally among Democrats, Republicans and independents.
But another Gallup poll taken about the same time contained even worse news for the president. After a year and a half of "hope and change," 49 percent of Americans consider the Democratic Party "too liberal" -- compared with 39 percent in 2008, when Obama was elected. This is 1 percentage point below the all-time high Gallup recorded since it first began asking such trend questions in 1992.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Ya mean I can't push...?
This assumes they know how to drive.
Will be interesting to see Rasmussen tomorrow.
The demonrat interpretation of the Gallup poll: “too liberal” is just crypto-racist code for “too black”.
Well I do hope the Democrats are driving over a clif and once they do I hope an Asteroid falls to earth and smashes them
I'm scared to think these people know the opposition to them has one and ONLY 1 hope: November's elections. All of the opposition eggs are in that 1 single basket. It makes it easy for them to disrupt, distort, derail or worse; provide some kind of October or even September Surprise to repress turnout, etc. These people are Marxist believers - and i can't ever remember when a Marxist who ascend to the level of power these people have ever relinquish it because of something like a ballot box.
Wiley Coyote Suuuuuuuuper Genius!
WOW! Is it my imagination or HAS THE WORM TURNED?? It’s been bad news for the DEAR LEADER ever since he bombed on his speech to the LITTLE PEOPLE!
Thank you — I agree — I KEEP SAYING that we will never see national elections again. I pray that I am wrong.
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