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New poll: 71% of Obama voters regret their choice, as do 55% of Dems

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posted on Feb, 19 2014 @ 08:28 PM
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SpaDe_

FreeWillAnomaly

SpaDe_
People are finally waking up with a hopium and koolaid induced hangover regretting their decision? It's about time is all I've got to say. Now if we can just get everyone to collectively realize that the left/right voting choice given to them is two sides of the same coin.


How did I know someone would so ignorantly mention the Kool Aide? LMFAO!

"If you don't like fascists, you must be a communist or a socialist, and I really don't know the difference but it doesn't matter because it sounds bad for you."

If you are so against the left/right voting choice, AKA the ruling class or the ruling class, WHY ARE YOU MENTIONING THE KOOL AIDE!?
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Because if you voted left/right then you are obviously drinking the koolaid. Not sure how stating that is ignorant?
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Drinking the kool aide is a reference to the Jonestown massacre and is a common catch phrase among Republicans.
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posted on Feb, 19 2014 @ 11:51 PM
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Whats amazing is 99.7% of those polled said that "both" Bush administrations was a horrible mistake and that it should be a capitol offense to suggest another Bush, i.e., Jeb, or any other Bush clan of NAZI misfits seek the office.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 06:16 AM
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The poll is done by Yougov.



In 2007, YouGov acquired Polimetrix, a venture-funded, non-partisan online polling firm founded by Stanford University Professor Douglas Rivers.


I told you so does not even begin to cover it.


As far as the stupid argument for the "kool aid" remark being right leaning - lol

Search Juan Williams kool aid

A frequent user of the term. Bob Beckel is not much better.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 06:50 AM
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VoidHawk
To this day I am still baffled as to how many were taken in by Obama.

It'll be no different when the next puppet is put in place by TPTB.

Its all a game, and THEY make the rules.


They were taken in because the GOP put a wall street puppet up for election. If the GOP wanted to do good for the country instead of just their pockets they would have nominated Ron Paul. Had they done this a Republican would be sitting in the Whitehouse now.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 08:51 AM
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What is worse than these "elections" for tyrants and abusers, such as Bush or Obama, and then polls afterwards to see if anyone regrets this, is a system where you have a few candidates, all corrupt, thrown to the front, and your one moment of free will glory is one day every 4-5 years, where everyone can yell, I told you so!

None of this is democracy, which would be a system of counsels of citizens in every town and region, waking people to all issues and conspiracies, and organized, networking with each other, solving problems, ie land donations and yurts for the homeless, clean energy, aquaponics to feed the local poor, and any city counsel member that tries to veto it or uphold laws that veto it, well those groups would grow teeth, the vast majority show up for meetings, they would never be elected again, and lose all pensions and dental. They would be conducting meetings and serving papers and notice on all elected minions. The vast majority of then aware, and active humans, would then replace corrupt banks, news media and businesses and create their own.

That, not one day of voting, but actions taken peacefully but assertively, like what Bruce Lee called, the way of the intercepting fist, not passive self defense, assertive, forseeing every move, self defense, offensive, self defense. That is a democracy of any model, voting once does nothing. It just gives a tyrant a vote.
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posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 08:57 AM
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Glad I don't have any regrets, because I didn't vote for that clown. Only makes sense they would have regrets, failed administration like this one...

-SAP-



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 08:58 AM
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Now here is the thing, it shouldn't matter, what thug you voted for, or if you swing vote to the other side to get rid of someone, (and in fact it doesnt, since they all work for the same party), there should be strong constitutional laws and checks and balances, including, social nets, old age pensions, real universal medical and dental, unemployment insurance, and all the support systems should be above the poverty line for your family size without any shame, and enviro protections, and protection of our sovereign against numerous unjust laws and regulations. And these checks and balances should be required law so you can't make too big a mistake, eh! And if one starts to act like a dictator, the national guard would remove him from office and deliver him to a tribunal and prison sentence if necessary. But most definitely he/she would lose their precious pensions and dental. And be prohibited from serving in any responsible authorative position again, or law. They were be banned from law as well.

That!!!

Currently speaking the US and even Canada does have some laws and constitution in affect, and even a majority government is not allowed to go over the line, so why are they? Where is the authority with teeth that culls them when they step over the line?



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 11:08 AM
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I don’t believe this poll solely on the fact that a demarcate will NEVER admit there wrong, even when presented with the facts



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 11:22 AM
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Ah, so Herman Cain found that 100 percent of latinos regretted their decision to vote for Obama, and would now, if they could go back, switch to Romney - and Romney would have gotten 100 percent of the latino vote.

No offense, and not the OP's fault, but I think hoax bin is the proper place for this one.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:51 PM
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Exactly! And until there is Someone to vote for, who actually represents, us, we the people, I WILL NOT VOTE! I have never voted. Because I don't think that voting for the lesser of two evils is an actual choice. Voting is idiotic. Yes I called anyone who has voted an idiot. If we ALL DO NOT VOTE, Then what. They will say there was a winner with all the false votes 'they' have cast. Syx.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:56 PM
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Tusks

Perhaps there's hope for Americans yet?


Nope you just proved it with your polls.
Majority still think their is a difference between who is elected into power or which party is in control.
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posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:59 PM
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I believe that the lack of Obama Cash, and the free phones are not doing enough to keep the winter of the countries miscontent down. That and the lack of fulfilling promises, the people not working or making enough to make ends meet, and now the realization that the policies coming out of DC are going to hurt and hurt big time are coming home to affect everyone around the county. It is the bad laws and policies of all levels of government that is making polls like this seem more important than anything else.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:59 PM
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FreeWillAnomaly

SpaDe_

FreeWillAnomaly

SpaDe_
People are finally waking up with a hopium and koolaid induced hangover regretting their decision? It's about time is all I've got to say. Now if we can just get everyone to collectively realize that the left/right voting choice given to them is two sides of the same coin.


How did I know someone would so ignorantly mention the Kool Aide? LMFAO!

"If you don't like fascists, you must be a communist or a socialist, and I really don't know the difference but it doesn't matter because it sounds bad for you."

If you are so against the left/right voting choice, AKA the ruling class or the ruling class, WHY ARE YOU MENTIONING THE KOOL AIDE!?
edit on 19-2-2014 by FreeWillAnomaly because: (no reason given)


Because if you voted left/right then you are obviously drinking the koolaid. Not sure how stating that is ignorant?
edit on 2/19/2014 by SpaDe_ because: (no reason given)


Drinking the kool aide is a reference to the Jonestown massacre and is a common catch phrase among Republicans.
edit on 19-2-2014 by FreeWillAnomaly because: (no reason given)


It represents blind and irrational faith and lack of cognitive thinking--something Obama supporters are known for.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 12:59 PM
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I regret their choice too,



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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buster2010

VoidHawk
To this day I am still baffled as to how many were taken in by Obama.

It'll be no different when the next puppet is put in place by TPTB.

Its all a game, and THEY make the rules.


They were taken in because the GOP put a wall street puppet up for election. If the GOP wanted to do good for the country instead of just their pockets they would have nominated Ron Paul. Had they done this a Republican would be sitting in the Whitehouse now.


I don't disagree with that at all. I would have voted for Ron Paul.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 01:19 PM
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Even if the results of the poll are true and accurate (I didn't bother to look at the YouGov methodology), you know what it means?

Absolutely nothing.

The President will remain in office until the end of his term.

And those who regret voting for him now - weren't the first four years enough to tell you who he is? Do you think he's changed? Why have second thoughts *now*? Why didn't you have second thoughts *before you voted for him (again)?"

If it's because of the ACA roll-out - for god's sake, there's nothing the ACA has done that wasn't predicted before it was ever even signed into law. What else has happened that made you change your mind?

I have more respect for those that voted for him, and continue to support that decision.

For those that regret your vote, next time, pay attention before you vote, or please, don't vote at all.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 01:25 PM
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Trying to hold my laughter lol.

So a biased poll, check.

hating a president near his end term, check

People regretting a president they voted, check.


OMG this happened to every presidents! what a shocker!


What so people that regretted voting for Obama is going to go republican? LOL!

All republican candidates(2016) are worse than the Democrats.


2016 will be Democratic win(tho im gonna hate it, because of the person who will win), Bush did enough damage to keep republicans off the table for 20 yrs.
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posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 01:31 PM
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luciddream
2016 will be Democratic win(tho im, gonna hate it because of the person who will win), Bush did enough damage to keep republicans off the table for 20 yrs.


I'd be good with that, but I also hope that people have thought that Obama has done enough damage (equal to Bush IMO) that the DNC doesn't hold office for another twenty years either. I'd like to see a Independent in office for once in my life time.

But the key is to get rid of all those yabooheads in Congress.

Hey! I can dream can't I?



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 01:31 PM
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Polls can't be trusted at face value.

That being said .... I have no doubt that the hope-ium high is wearing off and lots of folks are waking up to the nightmare that they helped vote in ... and they are hanging their heads in shame at having been bamboozled. I have no doubt of that.



posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 03:57 PM
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buster2010

VoidHawk
To this day I am still baffled as to how many were taken in by Obama.

It'll be no different when the next puppet is put in place by TPTB.

Its all a game, and THEY make the rules.


They were taken in because the GOP put a wall street puppet up for election. If the GOP wanted to do good for the country instead of just their pockets they would have nominated Ron Paul. Had they done this a Republican would be sitting in the Whitehouse now.


A sensible post.

It was quite a thing how they cheated him out by lying on the early state numbers.






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