December 5, 2013
Si Se No Puede No, No Podemos
Who says there's no good news?
Obama Approval Down Most Among Hispanics in Past Year President Barack Obama's job approval rating averaged 41% in November, down 12 percentage points from 53% last December, his high-water mark since his first year in office. Hispanics' approval has dropped 23 points over the last 12 months, the most among major subgroups, and nearly twice the national average. His approval rating also showed above-average declines among low-income Americans, nonwhites, moderates, and moderates who identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party.
Looks to me like pretty much everybody has started to tip-toe towards the exit on this Shamwow scam man.
Posted by gerardvanderleun at December 5, 2013 8:37 PM
If there were a category in that table for people who have IQs above room temperature, they would have gone from 0% approval to 0% approval with 0% change.
The problem with this is, is that it is going to make the asshole fight more for all the things that will continue the rapidly escalating decline of our country. Appeasing those who want the money of those who work hard and prepared for life when they were young, is his aim.
This will only fuel his fire to continue the destruction of the things that made this country great and prosperous.
In ten years, we will be able to find as many Obama voters as we are people who will admit to purchasing a Milli Vanilli album.
...as there are people...
A complete shutout--down in every category.
@MarkH: Sadly, I think your prediction will be an accurate one. Ear Leader hasn't run out of other people's money yet.
I don't know why people think that at this point Obama's poll numbers mean diddly squat. He ain't running again.
He's got everything he needs, now to complete his work he only wants to get his toxic appointments on the important regulatory boards, and the federal courts (thanks Harry Reid).
The cream in his coffee will be the swing vote on the Supreme Court If one of those old coots don't retire or die real soon I sure Barry will have no trouble pushing. After all there's a Gay, socialist, trans-sexual, illegal immigrant from Kenya waiting impatiently in the wings.
True enough, 0bama isn't running again, but his poll numbers do matter to Dems who might have wanted to run on their support for his policies. Now, with the polls tanking, some Dems can't run away from 0bama fast enough.
Agree that the court appointments are the big thing. The oldest SC justices are Ginsburg (79), Scalia and Kennedy (both 76), and Breyer (74). Losing Scalia, a solid conservative, or Kennedy, the "swing vote", would hurt. A Ginsburg or Breyer retirement would just mean a liberal-for-liberal swap, although the new justice would likely be much younger, and therefore able to inflict significant damage over a lifetime. And that's just at the SC level. Most cases are decided in the lower courts, and 0bama appointments here could give the federal judiciary a (more) liberal bias for decades to come.