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Obama Approval on Afghanistan, at 35%

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posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 03:15 AM
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Obama Approval on Afghanistan, at 35%


www.gallup.com

The decline in Obama's approval rating on Afghanistan is evident among all party groups, with double-digit decreases since September among Republicans (17 points), independents (16 points), and Democrats (10 points).

The question about Afghanistan comes from a Nov. 20-22 USA Today/Gallup poll that also asked Americans to rate Obama's handling of six other issues. The president registers less than majority approval for his performance on all seven issues, with Afghanistan his worst rating. His best rating is on energy policy, with 49% approval.
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posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 03:15 AM
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Here again, Obama is breaking all records! His approval and disapproval ratings are lower and higher than all modern presidents for 50 years or so.

He also bows lower, takes longer to make decisions, speaks longer, more often and more eliqant, arguably more of a patsy, far and away the largest and biggest spender of all time!

Well, lots of firsts!


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posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 03:19 AM
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Ya, it's bad. Even though it was likely to happen and not much of a surprise. Only thing that can be worse is if Sen. Obey manages to get support for the 1%-5% income tax (War tax) to fund this surge...Than again, last 8 years has been paid for on borrowed money so either way, we're out...Just one of many 'effed up situations. They don't seem to end...


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posted on Dec, 3 2009 @ 02:41 AM
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Sen. Obey manages to get support for the 1%-5% income tax (War tax) to fund this surge...Than again, last 8 years has been paid for on borrowed money so either way, we're out...Just one of many 'effed up situations. They don't seem to end...


Sure is! And no they don't! Looks like we have another 3 yrs and 2 months!



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