As most dittoheads (and FoxNews fans) will tell you, President Ronald Reagan's awesome awesomeness was reflected in American's awesome approval polls ... Obama could only dream of standing in his shadow.
Ronald Reagan's Job Approval (Gallup Poll): Yearly Averages, 1981-1988
Just imagine how low his approval polls will be once he stops dithering and begins his War On Christmas! ... and ACORN has probably screwed with these polls anyway and he's really at least at zero, maybe lower.
Gallup 48 FOX/OD RV 46 CBS 53 Quinnipiac U. RV 48 CNN/ORC 55 ABC/Washington Post 56 AP-GfK 54 Pew 51 Ipsos/McClatchy 53
Today's polls that I listed above average to 52% approval of President Obama. That's only positively screwed if you have a myopic view of Rove FoxNews revisionist history.
Take a look at this interactive chart. Click on the 'comparison' tab, then click on Mao Obama and The Almighty Ronald Reagan. Compare Hitler Obama to Clinton. No matter what HannityBeckLimbaughDrudge the media is saying, Obama isn't tanking.
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Originally Posted By: VarmintBlubber
I think Obama has made a mistake in refusing to deal with Fox. He is only making his enemies stronger. Not that I would want to give Fox any credibility in the first place, mind you.
I think the mistake he's made is not taking advantage of the advantages Bush left him. Namely, he could declare Fox news a terrorist threat and send tanks rolling down the streets of Manhattan to shell the studios, and it would be perfectly legal!
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