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Hope and change now doubt and disenchantment

The Obamagasmic are waking up to the reality their man ain't The One after all:

Hope has turned to doubt and disenchantment for almost half of President Barack Obama's supporters.

More than 4 of 10 likely voters who say they once considered themselves Obama backers now are either less supportive or say they no longer support him at all, according to a Bloomberg National Poll conducted Oct. 7-10.

Three weeks before the Nov. 2 congressional elections that Republicans are trying to make a referendum on Obama, fewer than half of likely voters approve of the president's job performance. Likely voters are more apt to say Obama's policies have harmed rather than helped the economy. Among those who say they are most enthusiastic about voting this year, 6 of 10 say the Democrat has damaged the economy.

Hmmm... so the blame Bush mantra's falling on deaf ears...

Interesting.


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Comments (24)

I guess the Won and his sup... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

I guess the Won and his supporters never learned the lesson of the Icarus fable...

Barrys worshippers are now ... (Below threshold)
914:

Barrys worshippers are now teary eyed as they realize they have been CHUMPED!


Grab some kleenex Dane and galuub..

Quite a feat, really.... (Below threshold)
Hank:

Quite a feat, really.

Obama had dem control of the house and Senate, a MSM that not only worshipped him (Obama is like a god) but also avoided bad news stories and made the word "unexpected" a cliche. He had an irrelevant opposing minority party. Hell, he also won a Nobel prize for something or other.

With all this working for him, he's still blown it.

Quite a feat.

Time for an addendum to Rules for Radicals.
Don't elect incompetence.

How bad is it?This... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

How bad is it?

This bad...

Your popularity is so low that you've got to sign up actors for a Town Hall Meeting. For the President.

Chicago Boyz - Casting Call: It's a Bit Part Playing a Concerned Ordinary Citizen

PRESIDENT OBAMA TOWN HALL, DC MTV, BET, and CMT (prods.) are casting the audience for a town hall meeting with President Obama. Shooting Oct. 14 at 4 p.m. in Washington, DC. Seeking--Audience Members: males and females, 18+. To apply, email [email protected] and put "Town Hall" in the subject line. To ensure that the audience represents diverse interests and political views, include your name, phone number, hometown, school attending, your job and what issues, if any, you are concerned about...

What - did they figure it'd never get out? That folks WOULDN'T notice they're stacking the deck? Can't just have the ordinary off-the-street people there - someone might throw a shoe next time instead of just a book!

And they're having to stack the deck in WASHINGTON DC? Oh, man - November's going to be REAL interesting!

"How bad is it?... (Below threshold)
914:

"How bad is it?

This bad...

Your popularity is so low that you've got to sign up actors for a Town Hall Meeting. For the President."


Ha ha, not to surprising though is it? Seeing as how he had to bus in voters around the country to forcibly select the first marxist American president evah! Plus as an added bonus he's half black as they promised. Never half white just half black and all stupid.

We tried to tell you at the... (Below threshold)
Roy:

We tried to tell you at the bar last night that that person you were hooking up with was fat, mean and ugly.

Dane will show up any minut... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Dane will show up any minute saying that the Democrats are going to sweep the 2010 election.

Barry said so.

More Obamanomics:G... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

More Obamanomics:

GE given $24.9 MILLION in 'stimulus funds', and then lays off 18,000 workers.

Part of the funds: "the Department of Justice gave GE $999,955 in stimulus money. "The goal of this program," said Recovery.gov, "is to develop a comprehensive reasoning system for event and scenario recognition for an intelligent video system."

Huh?

Closer to the truth would be that parent company GE was given slush funds for favorable treatment and comments on GE-owned NBC.

Part of the funds: "the Dep... (Below threshold)
2klbofun:

Part of the funds: "the Department of Justice gave GE $999,955 in stimulus money. "The goal of this program," said Recovery.gov, "is to develop a comprehensive reasoning system for event and scenario recognition for an intelligent video system."

Ah, that explains Kieth Olberman -- well, except for the "comprehensive reasoning system" or the "intelligent video system" parts.

#8How long ... (Below threshold)
914:

#8


How long will the people tolerate such arrogant disregard for the rule of law?


Perhaps Dane or Galoof will clue us in.

By 2013 Obama supporters wi... (Below threshold)
Jay Guevara:

By 2013 Obama supporters will be on the endangered species list, with maybe just a breeding pair in captivity in Berkeley.

Finding someone who will admit voting for Obama will be like trying to find a Carter voter today.

Blame Bush isn't working?</... (Below threshold)
JSchuler:

Blame Bush isn't working?

I blame Bush!

Expect to hear Hussein DEMA... (Below threshold)
oldpuppymax:

Expect to hear Hussein DEMAND blacks vote in November, lest they "lose their rights" and "once again become slaves!" This will be a MAJOR push by the White House. Now if a conservative were to threaten WHITES with the loss of THEIR rights should they fail to vote, will the MSM declare him a racist???

"Finding someone who wil... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

"Finding someone who will admit voting for Obama will be like trying to find a Carter voter today."

Well... (blush.)

What can I say? I was young and stupid. Now, according to the left I'm older and stupid - but I won't be fooled again!

Given the fact that anybody... (Below threshold)
Tsar Nicholas II:

Given the fact that anybody who supported Obama in the first instance literally is an idiot, it's quite a testament to Obama's stunning incompetence that almost half apparently have changed their tune.

I'll own up. I grew up in M... (Below threshold)
Hank:

I'll own up. I grew up in Ma and voted democrat when younger. Voted for Ted and all the others. Carter was my last democrat vote.

It eventually dawned on me that dems usually engaged in nothing but personal attacks and never defended their records. Repubs seemed to play by adult rules.

The last straw for me was Carter essentially blaming the american people (the malaise speech).

Wonder if Obama will end up doing that?

#14 My mother vote... (Below threshold)
914:

#14

My mother voted for him cause she thought he was a good man. My father was pissed at her and voted Ford.

As it turns out, Mr. peanut in his wisdom actually brought us Reagan so I guess it all came out in the wash.

"Expect to hear Hussein DEM... (Below threshold)
914:

"Expect to hear Hussein DEMAND blacks vote in November, lest they "lose their rights" and "once again become slaves!" This will be a MAJOR push by the White House"


Oh they'll vote alright. They will be coerced and/or dead, but vote they will. Those stimulus checks were not given because Barry was doing a good job, Quite the opposite. They were given as a get out the vote reward.

Right Dane!

Well this is odd, isn't it?... (Below threshold)
Upset Old Guy:

Well this is odd, isn't it? Rick posted his piece in the middle of the noon hour. It's now late afternoon. So where are the usual cast of Kool-aide drinkers (excuse me, our friends from the left side of the aisle)?

People have been dancing on the DNC's grave for four hours now, don't you even want to call everyone a racist wingnut? Damn, I'm going to have to turn on the tv for a little entertainment.

Haven't you heard Old Guy, ... (Below threshold)
John:

Haven't you heard Old Guy, they are too outraged at a republican play acting like an SS soldier to carry on, the outrage is simply outrageous and has left them completely outraged so they are unable to be outraged at your level of racism at this time, they'll get back to you once the outrage has subsided.

I missed being old enough t... (Below threshold)
Mycroft:

I missed being old enough to vote in the Carter election by a few months. Course as an Eagle Scout, I would have voted for Ford anyway.

How many voters can we find today that will admit to voting for any losing presidential election though?

"Well this is odd, isn't... (Below threshold)
914:

"Well this is odd, isn't it? Rick posted his piece in the middle of the noon hour. It's now late afternoon. So where are the usual cast of Kool-aide drinkers (excuse me, our friends from the left side of the aisle)?"

They'll be here after Barney is over and there rooms are clean.

"How many voters can we fin... (Below threshold)
914:

"How many voters can we find today that will admit to voting for any losing presidential election though?"


Probably more then will admit voting for Barry.

I've voted for a couple of ... (Below threshold)
John:

I've voted for a couple of losers, McCain being the most recent.




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