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    Today's Gallup news

    Here's the latest from Gallup. This was taken over the weekend he ordered that useless strike on Syria...and still look at where his numbers are. If you can't understand why this President can't get anything done (beyond the his ineptitude and the ineptitude of his staff that is) just look at his polling data. No politician will work with a Pres with numbers this low. Looking at this, the only relevant question is how does 52% of the country still think this guy is a strong and decisive leader? He's failed at everything he has attempted, when actually in front of those he skewers in public he become chief whimp, he's now reneged on almost every promise he made during the campaign. (Don't say he got Gorsuch on the Supreme Court...McConnell would have pushed through the nominee of an untrained monkey sitting in the Oval as long as the monkey had an R after his name)


    Feb 1-5 Apr 5-9 Change
    Keeps his promises 62 45 -17
    Is a strong and decisive leader 59 52 -7
    Can bring about changes this country needs 53 46 -7
    Is honest and trustworthy 42 36 -6
    Cares about the needs of people like you 46 42 -4
    Can manage the government effectively 44 41 -3

    Honest and trustworthy...36% agree...ouch. Cares about people like you...42%..ouch...

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/208640/ma...promises.aspx?

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    We’re tempted to suggest a conspiracy here — but it’s just liberals agreeing yet again that conservatives have hidden, evil motives, because modern liberals simply can’t conceive of any other reason to disagree with the liberal consensus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyjo View Post
    Here's the latest from Gallup. This was taken over the weekend he ordered that useless strike on Syria...and still look at where his numbers are. If you can't understand why this President can't get anything done (beyond the his ineptitude and the ineptitude of his staff that is) just look at his polling data. No politician will work with a Pres with numbers this low. Looking at this, the only relevant question is how does 52% of the country still think this guy is a strong and decisive leader? He's failed at everything he has attempted, when actually in front of those he skewers in public he become chief whimp, he's now reneged on almost every promise he made during the campaign. (Don't say he got Gorsuch on the Supreme Court...McConnell would have pushed through the nominee of an untrained monkey sitting in the Oval as long as the monkey had an R after his name)


    Feb 1-5 Apr 5-9 Change
    Keeps his promises 62 45 -17
    Is a strong and decisive leader 59 52 -7
    Can bring about changes this country needs 53 46 -7
    Is honest and trustworthy 42 36 -6
    Cares about the needs of people like you 46 42 -4
    Can manage the government effectively 44 41 -3

    Honest and trustworthy...36% agree...ouch. Cares about people like you...42%..ouch...

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/208640/ma...promises.aspx?
    Somebody still believes in polls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyjo View Post
    No politician will work with a Pres with numbers this low.
    Which is precisely why we need to "drain the swamp" - to change the way things are done in Washington.
    Pols who are only concerned about the next election do not care one whit about the job they're supposed to do - they care only about their OWN job.
    “Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.".Daniel Webster

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyjo View Post
    Here's the latest from Gallup. This was taken over the weekend he ordered that useless strike on Syria...and still look at where his numbers are. If you can't understand why this President can't get anything done (beyond the his ineptitude and the ineptitude of his staff that is) just look at his polling data. No politician will work with a Pres with numbers this low. Looking at this, the only relevant question is how does 52% of the country still think this guy is a strong and decisive leader? He's failed at everything he has attempted, when actually in front of those he skewers in public he become chief whimp, he's now reneged on almost every promise he made during the campaign. (Don't say he got Gorsuch on the Supreme Court...McConnell would have pushed through the nominee of an untrained monkey sitting in the Oval as long as the monkey had an R after his name)


    Feb 1-5 Apr 5-9 Change
    Keeps his promises 62 45 -17
    Is a strong and decisive leader 59 52 -7
    Can bring about changes this country needs 53 46 -7
    Is honest and trustworthy 42 36 -6
    Cares about the needs of people like you 46 42 -4
    Can manage the government effectively 44 41 -3

    Honest and trustworthy...36% agree...ouch. Cares about people like you...42%..ouch...

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/208640/ma...promises.aspx?
    Question Feb 1-5 April 5-9 Change
    Keeps his promises 62 45 -17
    I didn't fill in the whole table, but I want you to know that right under the "B" (for "bold") on the advanced posting settings (same one that you get when you start a new thread) is the ability to put table data into (hold your breath) a thing called a "table". Makes for reading to be possible.
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    Both are terrifying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyjo View Post
    Here's the latest from Gallup. This was taken over the weekend he ordered that useless strike on Syria...and still look at where his numbers are. If you can't understand why this President can't get anything done (beyond the his ineptitude and the ineptitude of his staff that is) just look at his polling data. No politician will work with a Pres with numbers this low. Looking at this, the only relevant question is how does 52% of the country still think this guy is a strong and decisive leader? He's failed at everything he has attempted, when actually in front of those he skewers in public he become chief whimp, he's now reneged on almost every promise he made during the campaign. (Don't say he got Gorsuch on the Supreme Court...McConnell would have pushed through the nominee of an untrained monkey sitting in the Oval as long as the monkey had an R after his name)


    Feb 1-5 Apr 5-9 Change
    Keeps his promises 62 45 -17
    Is a strong and decisive leader 59 52 -7
    Can bring about changes this country needs 53 46 -7
    Is honest and trustworthy 42 36 -6
    Cares about the needs of people like you 46 42 -4
    Can manage the government effectively 44 41 -3

    Honest and trustworthy...36% agree...ouch. Cares about people like you...42%..ouch...

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/208640/ma...promises.aspx?
    What were Obama's numbers at when he lost the House? The Senate?? The majority of state houses??

    What was Hillary polling at when she snatched defeat from the jaws of victory??
    Nero played the fiddle, Obama danced the Tango.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsbob View Post

    What was Hillary polling at when she snatched defeat from the jaws of victory??
    Love that one.

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    Go easy on her... They canceled the Furry convention.

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