2012 Still Makes Me Feel Fine

From Rasmussen:

…Overall, 43% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s performance. That’s the lowest total approval for the president in five months. Fifty-five percent (55%) at least somewhat disapprove…

Any incumbent below 50% approval in in trouble…incumbents below 45% are in lots of trouble.  Obama can still win – in fact, we still have to give him the advantage given the amount of money he’ll raise and the immense powers of the Presidency.  But he’s on thin ice…we can beat him; and beat him very badly.

15 thoughts on “2012 Still Makes Me Feel Fine

  1. Green Mountain Boy August 13, 2011 / 1:40 am

    Sure he can be beat. Unless the repubs nominate darth rino jr. that is. Good Luck.

    • Mark Edward Noonan August 13, 2011 / 1:57 am


      I sense no disturbance in the TEA Party force…

      • Green Mountain Boy August 13, 2011 / 2:23 am

        I know I am Mr. Negativity. I just do not see how we are going to get out of this mess. Unless there is a wholesale replacement of the progressive republicans in national offices, we will still suffer.
        The three stooges have shown that they do not have what it takes. If Palin, Bachman, or Cain were elected, they would take every oportunity to sabotage. If Romney were elected they would take every opportunity to increase thier own power and wealth at our expense.
        I hope I am proven wrong. History is on my side.
        Politics may have been the cure once. Now it is the disease. 😦

  2. tiredoflibbs August 13, 2011 / 6:28 am

    ” in fact, we still have to give him the advantage given the amount of money he’ll raise and the immense powers of the Presidency.”

    I remember when liberals were complaining and pushing to get money out of politics……

    … of course they did not control the White House, Congress or the Senate then, either.

    • neocon1 August 13, 2011 / 7:52 am

      unions, communists, homos, muslims, radical leftists,
      rino GOP?

      I want neither, but I will take the rino if I must.

  3. Green Mountain Boy August 13, 2011 / 10:01 am

    Neo, I agree. The one good thing bams has done has been to use the race card so much that most conservatives no longer care about being called a racist.
    Yeah, yeah ,yeah. Blah blah blah.

  4. Rightlane August 13, 2011 / 12:36 pm

    The question is not how many Tea Party members are racists, but how many uninformed voters will believe the Tea Party membership is comprised primarily of racists. The Donks live, less by the race card and more by exploiting the ignorant, poor, and lazy (often all wrapped up in a single voter) by whatever means available at a given point in time. Education is the key, but the Donks run our education system, so the political dumbing down of America will not end any time soon. Nor, unfortunately, will those voting that have no clue what their voting for or against. This time the stratagy is destine to fail, but what about next time or the time after that?

  5. Rightlane August 13, 2011 / 12:39 pm

    I have more respect for a true liberal than the idiot voter.

    • Green Mountain Boy August 13, 2011 / 1:06 pm

      I have no respect for either one. The first creates the second.

      • Rightlane August 13, 2011 / 1:36 pm

        No, the former exploits the latter they do not create them, but you’re right about the respect.

      • neocon1 August 13, 2011 / 2:56 pm


        im with ya on that.

      • neocon1 August 13, 2011 / 3:26 pm

        dumb and dumber……

        Nancy Pelosi Tells Predominantly Black Audience Sheila Jackson Lee Was Right to Suggest The GOP Complicated Debt Debate Because Obama is Black

        note to piglowsey
        obama is a mulatto

      • neocon1 August 13, 2011 / 3:32 pm

        ‘A Slave Holder Named Thomas Jefferson’: Is Smithsonian‘s New ’Race’ Exhibit Fair to Founding Father?

        Which major government-funded U.S. museum currently features an exhibit that classifies Thomas Jefferson as simply “a slave holder”?

        The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History currently features an exhibit titled “Race: Are We So Different?”

        That would be the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, located in the heart of nation’s capital.

        Developed by the American Anthropological Association, “Race: Are We So Different” offers “an unprecedented look at race and racism in the United States,” according to the Smithsonian’s website.

        The Blaze visited the exhibit and found a couple of things that might surprise you.

        A five-minute video at the front of the hall sets up the visitor’s experience, which in addition to describing Christopher Columbus as someone who only “colonized and conquered” the natives he encountered, refers to Jefferson merely as a “slave holder”:

        “Race,” the narrator says, “is a powerful idea that was invented by society.”

        the blaze

      • Green Mountain Boy August 13, 2011 / 4:12 pm

        Sure they create them. Everytime a child is consigned to a public school and everytime a adult turns on oprah to watch her garbage. phil donahue created tons of them during the 70’s etc etc. Do they exploit them? Yes they do. Did the doctor exploit the monster? LOL of course!

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