Obama approval rating still about twice that of congressional GOP

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    meH. Don't start a thread like this if this kind of thing bothers you.
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    Don't see you criticizing threads by cons that bash Obama regarding approval ratings.

    so keep on showing yourselves to be hypocrits.

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    simply put---

    it's fair game for GOP to have threads regarding Obama approval rating polls-----it's also fair game to post threads showing GOP with far lower approval rating than Obama.


    If you have a problem with that---seek profession help
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    In 2010, 5 people voted and their average age was 74. Please.
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    fredsanford-----

    the GOP politicians in Congress THEMSELVES stated that they would obstruct Obama's plans, proposed legislation, etc even if it were plans/legislation/etc the GOP itself favored. That they(GOP) would obstruct Obama to prevent Obama from getting a second term. And do such obstruction even if it were harmful to America and Americans.

    So you can stick your accusations of Obama calling GOP obstructionist and stow it where the sun don't shine. The GOP itself declared itself to be obstructionist.

    That declaration by GOP is bound to please GOP base. But it would alienate moderates/independents. And that is likely one of the main reasons GOP approval rating is suffering so much more than Obama's approval rating
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    Thank God the Republicans have obstructed every move Obama has made or wants to make since 2010. Those who wrote the constitution were wise men. Imagine the destruction if Obama had no opposition? We would be Nicaragua. Of course some of our resident libbies are probably considering moving there.:wink:
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    and GOP obstructionism is helping Dems get elected more than cons will ever realize
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    Where? Pubs control 30 governorships and have majorities in state legislature and we have a damn good chance to win the Senate. And then, Obama can go on vacation again and negotiate his book deal.

    Pubs control of state governorships and state elected officials is likely to only grow as continued financial problems will cause voters to put adults in charge of cleaning up the irresponsible teenagers (who make their decisions based on emotion) mess.

    Detroit says hi.
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    These pub governors are not popular. Kasich and Scott will not get second terms.
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    meH. Iron your panties out, they have gotten all bunched up.
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    The Dems fuzzy math.
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    maybe maybe not-a lot can happen in the next 15 months
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    Yea, Fred. And according to you and other lefty libbies on TH, Wisconsin's governor, Scott Walker, was going to be recalled because he stood up to public unions. Still waiting for that to happen.
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