Monday, January 25, 2010

Obama Is The Most Polorizing President In American History. He Said He Would Bring Us Together Not Divide Us Even More.

 The 65%-point gap between Democrats' (88%) and Republicans' (23%) average job approval ratings for Barack Obama is easily the largest for any president in his first year in office, greatly exceeding the prior high of 52 points for Bill Clinton.
Average Difference Between Republicans' and Democrats' Job Approval Ratings of Presidents During First Year in Office
Overall, Obama averaged 57% job approval among all Americans from his inauguration to the end of his first full year on Jan. 19. He came into office seeking to unite the country, and his initial approval ratings ranked among the best for post-World War II presidents, including an average of 41% approval from Republicans in his first week in office. But he quickly lost most of his Republican support, with his approval rating among Republicans dropping below 30% in mid-February and below 20% in August. Throughout the year, his approval rating among Democrats exceeded 80%, and it showed little decline even as his overall approval rating fell from the mid-60s to roughly 50%.
Barack Obama's Job Approval Ratings Among Republicans and Democrats, First Year in Office
"Prior to Ronald Reagan, no president averaged more than a 40-point gap in approval ratings by party during his term; since then, only the elder George Bush has averaged less than a 50-point gap."
Thus, the extraordinary level of polarization in Obama's first year in office is a combination of declining support from Republicans coupled with high and sustained approval from Democrats. In fact, his 88% average approval rating from his own party's supporters is exceeded only by George W. Bush's 92% during Bush's first year in office. Obama's 23% approval among supporters of the opposition party matches Bill Clinton's for the lowest for a first-year president. But Clinton was less popular among Democrats than Obama has been to date, making Obama's ratings more polarized.
Republicans' and Democrats' Job Approval Ratings of Presidents During First Year in Office
Obama still has three years left in his first term and possibly seven more as president, so there is much time for the polarization of his approval ratings to subside. However, if the current level of polarization persists through the end of his term, Obama would exceed Bush as the president with the most polarized approval ratings.
Bush's average Republican-Democratic gap for his eight years in office was 61 points. This included the record gap for a single approval rating: 83 points, which occurred twice -- in September 2004 (95% Republican, 12% Democratic) and October 2004 (94% Republican, 11% Democratic).
The political divide in Bush's ratings is to some extent understated, though, given the rally in public support for Bush after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, when he received record-high approval ratings. Even with these approval ratings, he averaged a 55-point gap in approval by party during his first term. During his second term, the average party gap in his ratings was 68 points, higher than Obama's to date.
The accompanying graph makes clear how much the level of political polarization has grown in Americans' evaluations of presidents in recent decades. Prior to Ronald Reagan, no president averaged more than a 40-point gap in approval ratings by party during his term; since then, only the elder George Bush has averaged less than a 50-point gap, including Obama's average 65-point gap to date.
Average Difference Between Republicans' and Democrats' Job Approval Ratings of Presidents During Full Term in Office
Bottom Line    Obama has done it again. He has the lowest approval rating of any President in history and now he is the most polorizing President ever. He said he would bring us together and work with Republicans to make America great. It looks like he is wrong once again. He is over 10% above the next most polorizing President in history. Obama and his marry group of idiots can't get anything right. They are saying they have saved thousands,1.5 million,no I mean over 2million jobs have been save. When in reality we have lost over 2 million jobs since the Stimulus Bill. If the left wing fools want to believe this gypsy progressive cult let them. If the Democrats want to let them run their party into the ground. Let them. But don't tell us that Obama is a good President and that he has saved jobs when it is a blatent lie.

What's Happening In Birmingham, Mich.(Kick 'Em All Out)

Birmingham (Kick 'Em All Out) - Targets: Gov. Granholm (Bouchard) + Peters US 9th (Goodman)

Big Rock Chop House (located in the historic former Birmingham Grand Trunk and Western Railroad Depot) (248) 647-7774 - This month we have two featured speakers. Our first speaker will be Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard, who is a candidate for Governor. Our second speaker will be Gene Goodman, who is running for the 9th US House against Gary Peters.
Come prepared to ask questions and get information. We only get one chance to be successful in this year's elections and as always - knowledge is power. The meeting is FREE of charge and open to the public.
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Mon Jan 25 7pm – 9pm Eastern Time
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Where Do The Progressive Stand On Rahm

January 25, 2010 by Personal Liberty News Desk
Progressives call on Obama to fire Rahm Emanuel President Obama’s long-time friend and political ally Rahm Emanuel has come under fire from a liberal group that claims the White House Chief of Staff has mishandled major issues on the president’s agenda.
Citing Obama’s falling popularity ratings and the Democrats’ growing political woes—most recently represented by their loss of the supermajority in the Senate after the Massachusetts special elections—the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) has urged its members not to support the former Illinois congressman if he ever runs for public office again.
In particular, the group has attacked Emanuel for teaming up with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to give up on the public option, and for helping to put together deals with the drug companies in exchange for their support.
"There’s nobody in Washington who caves at the slightest hint of a fight with corporate interests more than Rahm Emanuel," said PCCC co-founder Adam Green, quoted by CNN.
"We’re making clear to Rahm that when he undermines progressives and the overwhelming will of the American people on issues like the public option, he will pay a political price back home," he added.
Writing for, editor Matthew Rothschild also alluded to the 10 percent unemployment rate and blamed Emanuel for it, saying he pushed Obama to reject the calls of Paul Krugman and Joseph Stiglitz, two Nobel Prize-winning economists, for a bigger stimulus package.


Why Would Obama The Warlord Want Manditory Military Service

Audio Unearthed: Obama in His Own Words Wants Mandatory Civil or Military Service

Obama In His Own Words

"FOX News Reporting: President Obama: In His Own Words" (video)
A special preview of FOX News Channels upcoming weekend special on Obama, "FOX News Reporting: President Obama: in His Own Words."
Neither the left nor the right should be happy with all the damage Obama has done without really acomplishing anything of real value. He couldn't even get things done with a filibuster proof supermajority in Congress.  He isn't at all what he said he would be. He is all show and no substance kind of like his mentor the Rev. Wright. Listen to his own words and then lets see what kind of person he really is. After watching this maybe the left will see why we don't trust Obama. If they want trust Obama's words when they rarely come to fruition they can go right ahead.