UPDATED: June 21 – Obama’s Approval Index rating of 0 – Now Minus 2

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Friday, June 05, 2009 – The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 34% of the nation’s voters now Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Thirty-four percent (34%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of 0. That’s the highest level of strong disapproval and the lowest overall rating yet recorded Read More

Nancy Pelosi and Dick Cheney

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former Vice President Dick Cheney have little in common politically, but they receive almost identical image ratings from the American public. According to a May 29-31 Gallup Poll, 37% of Americans have a favorable view of Cheney and 34% have a favorable view of Pelosi. Both Cheney and Pelosi are viewed unfavorably by at least half of Americans. Read More


As the Sotomayor bounce faded, the President’s ratings slipped following the General Motors bankruptcy filing. Just 26% of Americans believe the GM bailout and takeover was a good idea and nearly as many support a boycott of GM products. It remains to be seen whether the dip in the President’s numbers is a temporary reaction to recent news or something more substantive. Keep reading

Obama is falling fast down the rating hill to be along side of Nancy Pelosi and Dick Cheney! Obama begging to the Muslims for their love, may have lost him support of the American people which was attacked on 9/11 by the muslim terrorist. We need to get rid of Jimmy Carter the second! Obama shows his weakness and his muslim background….


(1) DOJ issues statement “to protect American Muslims;” silent on protecting Americans from jihadistsBy Michelle Malkin


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