In what may be the ultimate job rating, 43 percent of voters say that they would vote to re-elect President Obama if the 2012 election were held today, down from 52 percent six months ago, from April 22-23, 2009.
Obama's job approval rating comes in at 49 percent this week. That's down just one percentage point from late September, but it marks a new low approval for the president -- and the first time the Fox News poll has measured his approval below 50 percent.
Moreover, the number of Americans saying they would vote to re-elect President Obama has dropped. If the election were held today the poll finds more voters say they would back someone else in the 2012 election than would back the president. [...]
How much longer can she stay in place now that she's more popular than The One? [...]
Yeah. The unconstitutional Sec State over the unconstitutional Exec. Interesting, ain't it?
Americans have about had their fill of hopey-change. Only 43% of Americans would vote for Obama is the election were held today. [...]
And then! From the AFP: Majority of Nobel jury 'objected to Obama prize'
And they gave it to him anyway. Why? Because the head bloke in charge is a socialist. That's why. Here's Gateway Pundit's take...
[...] The largest daily paper in Norway reported today that a majority of the judges on the Nobel Committee objected to giving Obama the Peace Prize. [...]
Pretty sad, eh?
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Here's part 2 of the bothersome Nobama New Orlans trip...he didn't go see where other areas were hit WORSE than the NO Katrina Chocolate CIty was hit though... OH! WAIT! The You Tube has been "removed". Gee. I wonder why THAT is!