Obama Worst President Since WWII....Quinnipiac Poll

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    Apr 01, 2016 11:50 PM GMT
    Obama Is First As Worst President Since WWII, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; More Voters Say Romney Would Have Been Better

    President Barack Obama is the worst president since World War II, 33 percent of American voters say in a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today.

    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/fox-and-friends/blog/2014/07/03/poll-obama-first-worst-president-wwii?intcmp=ob_blog_footer_text&intcmp=obinsite


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    It's finally sinking in that Obama is a HUGE failure.

    - More Federal Debt added than all 43 previous presidents - combined!
    - Middle class fell below 50% for the first time in several decades.
    - Birth and growth of ISIS.
    - Borders out of control.
    - Record 93 million Americans NOT working.
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    Apr 01, 2016 11:56 PM GMT
    And yet, Obama’s approval rating is actually slightly higher now than Ronald Reagan’s was at the same point in his presidency.

    Obama’s Job Approval Ratings Are Up
    http://www.care2.com/causes/obamas-job-approval-ratings-are-up-heres-why.html
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    Apr 02, 2016 12:04 AM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidAnd yet, Obama’s approval rating is actually slightly higher now than Ronald Reagan’s was at the same point in his presidency.

    Obama’s Job Approval Ratings Are Up
    http://www.care2.com/causes/obamas-job-approval-ratings-are-up-heres-why.html


    That's skewed with 70% approval rating from 18-29 year olds....the group least likely to watch the news, or a need to support themselves.
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    Apr 02, 2016 12:14 AM GMT
    Party of denial?

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    Apr 02, 2016 12:30 AM GMT
    With US voters polarized as never before in modern history, as a result of deliberate Republican tactics, is 33% so terrible? But that Republican game plan of polarizing the electorate, through devices like the Tea Party and Christian Fundamentalism, has backfired. Resulting in the unintended consequence of Donald Trump being their leading Presidential candidate for 2016. Oppps!!!

    And in any case, at this point in time, in the heat of a Presidential election, something coming out of Republican news outlet "Fox & Friends" has zero credibility. Ask about Obama's standing from a genuine & credible news source after his second term has ended.
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    Apr 02, 2016 12:35 AM GMT
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    S2Ki said
    Ex_Mil8 saidAnd yet, Obama’s approval rating is actually slightly higher now than Ronald Reagan’s was at the same point in his presidency.

    Obama’s Job Approval Ratings Are Up
    http://www.care2.com/causes/obamas-job-approval-ratings-are-up-heres-why.html


    That's skewed with 70% approval rating from 18-29 year olds....the group least likely to watch the news, or a need to support themselves.


    Ex_Mil8 is a Brit. He doesn't live in the USA, though he is obsessed with USA politics, particularly in putting forward pro-left / pro-Democrat propaganda.

    Crazy, yes, but fortunately his opinion is irrelevant as he doesn't get to vote in our elections.


    Yes, this Brit is very stupid, but clever enough to know he won't have to suffer the consequences of the US hell hole created by commie democrat left wing politics.

    Just look at Great Britain. All their famous car brands....Jaguar, Mini, Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Land Rover and Bentley....owned by foreign corporations, with most of them rescued from bankruptcy....driven there by British unions and gov't regulation.
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    Apr 02, 2016 1:58 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidWith US voters polarized as never before in modern history, as a result of deliberate Republican tactics, is 33% so terrible? But that Republican game plan of polarizing the electorate, through devices like the Tea Party and Christian Fundamentalism, has backfired. Resulting in the unintended consequence of Donald Trump being their leading Presidential candidate for 2016. Oppps!!!

    And in any case, at this point in time, in the heat of a Presidential election, something coming out of Republican news outlet "Fox & Friends" has zero credibility. Ask about Obama's standing from a genuine & credible news source after his second term has ended.


    You're not that sharp, are you? Quinnipiac Poll is clearly stated in the title.

    Quinnipiac is a University in Hamden, CT and their polls are sited by all major news organizations....except when it doesn't fit their left wing bias, which probably explains why you never saw it.


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    Apr 02, 2016 2:13 AM GMT
    Romney was a weak candidate. And show how petty he was when he campaigned for two different people after he lost in 2012. FYI he tried in 2008 as well.

    Obama should have been easy to beat. He squandered the election.
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    Apr 02, 2016 10:00 AM GMT
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    Just look at Great Britain. All their famous car brands....Jaguar, Mini, Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Land Rover and Bentley....owned by foreign corporations, with most of them rescued from bankruptcy....driven there by British unions and gov't regulation.


    Actually, British car manufacturing is doing rather well these days:

    UK car manufacturing hits 10-year high in 2015
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35368047

    Which reminds me; your sclerotic auto industry almost went down the toilet in 2008. Had you listened to the likes of "Let Detroit go bankrupt" Romney - and had "evil socialist" President Obama not supported the auto bailout - high volume US car manufacturing probably wouldn't exist today, let alone be the success it has become.

    Celebrating the auto bailout’s success
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/celebrating-the-auto-bailouts-success/2015/04/01/67f3f208-d881-11e4-8103-fa84725dbf9d_story.html
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    Apr 02, 2016 3:02 PM GMT
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    S2Ki said
    Just look at Great Britain. All their famous car brands....Jaguar, Mini, Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Land Rover and Bentley....owned by foreign corporations, with most of them rescued from bankruptcy....driven there by British unions and gov't regulation.


    Actually, British car manufacturing is doing rather well these days:

    UK car manufacturing hits 10-year high in 2015
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35368047

    Which reminds me; your sclerotic auto industry almost went down the toilet in 2008. Had you listened to the likes of "Let Detroit go bankrupt" Romney - and had "evil socialist" President Obama not supported the auto bailout - high volume US car manufacturing probably wouldn't exist today, let alone be the success it has become.

    Celebrating the auto bailout’s success
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/celebrating-the-auto-bailouts-success/2015/04/01/67f3f208-d881-11e4-8103-fa84725dbf9d_story.html


    Wow....arrogance and ignorance don't look good on you. You don't even know about your own auto industry, but you stick your nose into others.

    When the gov't tells business how to run their business...the business eventually goes bankrupt. Happens every time, regardless of the country. Foreign companies revived British car brands...but only after issuing the ultimatum....do it our way with unions and regulations, or your car brands die forever.

    GM was the best run company for many decades....but their greatest sin was "too many profits." The greedy democrats strongly backed the auto worker unions, leaving GM with little say over which production workers they could hire, inability to fire the bad ones, what they could pay them, job titles, etc. So profits fell, which means best executives now don't want to work for GM...plus cuts to investments in future cars....so GM enters the death spiral of worse cars, worse management, while getting sucked dry by the unions....while competitors Honda, Subaru, Toyota, VW, Nissan, BMW, Mercedes, etc. all set up non-union plants in non-union states. Doesn't take a genius to see what's going to happen.

    This is the problem with arrogant, know nothing liberals like you. You think you are smart....but you fail to actually produce anything. Otherwise, jerkoffs like Obama would be running a car company....which he is not....because I seriously doubt he could sell cars at a local Hyundai dealership in Chicago.
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    Apr 02, 2016 3:16 PM GMT
    He will be missed. Check this out at 3:00...

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    Apr 02, 2016 3:46 PM GMT
    I caught about 90 percent of fox special with obamas last 3 Secretary of Defense.

    Leon Penetta was not to kind.

    Seems Obama is very insular and only listens to his core group of zealots.

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    Apr 02, 2016 3:59 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidWith US voters polarized as never before in modern history, as a result of deliberate Republican tactics, is 33% so terrible? But that Republican game plan of polarizing the electorate, through devices like the Tea Party and Christian Fundamentalism, has backfired. Resulting in the unintended consequence of Donald Trump being their leading Presidential candidate for 2016. Oppps!!!

    And in any case, at this point in time, in the heat of a Presidential election, something coming out of Republican news outlet "Fox & Friends" has zero credibility. Ask about Obama's standing from a genuine & credible news source after his second term has ended.

    Your blaming the GOP for "polarizing" the US founders on the fact that it takes two to tango. In more concrete terms, there's nothing wrong with being the "party of no" when it opposes Obama's madcap policies. "GOP obstructionists?" When the ideas advanced are what we've seen from Obama's, yes - and thank God for it! The voters see what an embarrassment and failure Obama's been, at home and abroad, and these figures rightly reveal their rejection of him. My only complaint is that it took this long. icon_sad.gif
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    Apr 02, 2016 4:00 PM GMT
    musclmed saidI caught about 90 percent of fox special with obamas last 3 Secretary of Defense.

    Leon Penetta was not to kind.

    Seems Obama is very insular and only listens to his core group of zealots.

    You're firing on all cylinders; Obama's been surrounded by sycophants since Day One.
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    Apr 02, 2016 4:03 PM GMT
    musclmed saidRomney was a weak candidate. And show how petty he was when he campaigned for two different people after he lost in 2012. FYI he tried in 2008 as well.

    Obama should have been easy to beat. He squandered the election.

    Nothing new there; Obama squanders and wastes everything he touches. Worst of all, the USA.
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    Apr 02, 2016 4:06 PM GMT
    S2Ki said
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    S2Ki said
    Just look at Great Britain. All their famous car brands....Jaguar, Mini, Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Land Rover and Bentley....owned by foreign corporations, with most of them rescued from bankruptcy....driven there by British unions and gov't regulation.


    Actually, British car manufacturing is doing rather well these days:

    UK car manufacturing hits 10-year high in 2015
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35368047

    Which reminds me; your sclerotic auto industry almost went down the toilet in 2008. Had you listened to the likes of "Let Detroit go bankrupt" Romney - and had "evil socialist" President Obama not supported the auto bailout - high volume US car manufacturing probably wouldn't exist today, let alone be the success it has become.

    Celebrating the auto bailout’s success
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/celebrating-the-auto-bailouts-success/2015/04/01/67f3f208-d881-11e4-8103-fa84725dbf9d_story.html


    Wow....arrogance and ignorance don't look good on you. You don't even know about your own auto industry, but you stick your nose into others.

    When the gov't tells business how to run their business...the business eventually goes bankrupt. Happens every time, regardless of the country. Foreign companies revived British car brands...but only after issuing the ultimatum....do it our way with unions and regulations, or your car brands die forever.

    GM was the best run company for many decades....but their greatest sin was "too many profits." The greedy democrats strongly backed the auto worker unions, leaving GM with little say over which production workers they could hire, inability to fire the bad ones, what they could pay them, job titles, etc. So profits fell, which means best executives now don't want to work for GM...plus cuts to investments in future cars....so GM enters the death spiral of worse cars, worse management, while getting sucked dry by the unions....while competitors Honda, Subaru, Toyota, VW, Nissan, BMW, Mercedes, etc. all set up non-union plants in non-union states. Doesn't take a genius to see what's going to happen.

    This is the problem with arrogant, know nothing liberals like you. You think you are smart....but you fail to actually produce anything. Otherwise, jerkoffs like Obama would be running a car company....which he is not....because I seriously doubt he could sell cars at a local Hyundai dealership in Chicago.


    Exactly what did I say about the UK auto industry that isn't true?

    The banks certainly weren't unionized, nor were they over-regulated and they failed in spectacular fashion (only to be bailed out by "big bad government"), so spare us the "it's all the fault of liberals" BS. Of course GM was failing, which is why one of Obama's first bailout actions was to fire their CEO. And the bailout worked, which is what disingenuous, faceless conservatives like you can't stand.
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    Apr 02, 2016 6:28 PM GMT
    Obama would make a great President . . . of France, they have a penchant for electing weak assholes over there icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 03, 2016 8:04 AM GMT
    El Presidente was not appreciated....

    "We don't need the empire to give us anything," Fidel Castro wrote, referring to the United States, in his acidly critical and rambling column.

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    desertmuscl saidEl Presidente was not appreciated....

    "We don't need the empire to give us anything," Fidel Castro wrote, referring to the United States, in his acidly critical and rambling column.

    Fidel's mind is assumed to be going senile, or worse. Key word above: "rambling". How do you think his brother was able to take the reins of power from him, with approval of the Cuban power elite? Sort of a Cuban Ronald Reagan.

    But Fidel still has his loyalists, and his access to the press can't be prevented. I wouldn't put too much stock in what Fidel says these days. He speaks for himself, but not for his brother nor the government.
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    Apr 03, 2016 9:21 PM GMT
    desertmuscl saidEl Presidente was not appreciated....

    "We don't need the empire to give us anything," Fidel Castro wrote, referring to the United States, in his acidly critical and rambling column.

    air-force-one-carrying-u-s-president-bar

    Uh-oh, here he comes, and there goes the neighborhood. Speaking of which, those Havana 'hoods sure could use some zoning laws, or at least some sprucing up. Can we get all those wires underground, please! US real estate developers - one in particular comes to mind - could make Cuba the "Pearl of the Antilles" again. And, just think what they could do for Baja. Why, oh why, Mr. Gadsden, didn't we purchase that too!
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    Apr 03, 2016 10:45 PM GMT
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    S2Ki said
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    S2Ki said
    Just look at Great Britain. All their famous car brands....Jaguar, Mini, Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Land Rover and Bentley....owned by foreign corporations, with most of them rescued from bankruptcy....driven there by British unions and gov't regulation.


    Actually, British car manufacturing is doing rather well these days:

    UK car manufacturing hits 10-year high in 2015
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35368047

    Which reminds me; your sclerotic auto industry almost went down the toilet in 2008. Had you listened to the likes of "Let Detroit go bankrupt" Romney - and had "evil socialist" President Obama not supported the auto bailout - high volume US car manufacturing probably wouldn't exist today, let alone be the success it has become.

    Celebrating the auto bailout’s success
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/celebrating-the-auto-bailouts-success/2015/04/01/67f3f208-d881-11e4-8103-fa84725dbf9d_story.html


    Wow....arrogance and ignorance don't look good on you. You don't even know about your own auto industry, but you stick your nose into others.

    When the gov't tells business how to run their business...the business eventually goes bankrupt. Happens every time, regardless of the country. Foreign companies revived British car brands...but only after issuing the ultimatum....do it our way with unions and regulations, or your car brands die forever.

    GM was the best run company for many decades....but their greatest sin was "too many profits." The greedy democrats strongly backed the auto worker unions, leaving GM with little say over which production workers they could hire, inability to fire the bad ones, what they could pay them, job titles, etc. So profits fell, which means best executives now don't want to work for GM...plus cuts to investments in future cars....so GM enters the death spiral of worse cars, worse management, while getting sucked dry by the unions....while competitors Honda, Subaru, Toyota, VW, Nissan, BMW, Mercedes, etc. all set up non-union plants in non-union states. Doesn't take a genius to see what's going to happen.

    This is the problem with arrogant, know nothing liberals like you. You think you are smart....but you fail to actually produce anything. Otherwise, jerkoffs like Obama would be running a car company....which he is not....because I seriously doubt he could sell cars at a local Hyundai dealership in Chicago.


    Exactly what did I say about the UK auto industry that isn't true?

    The lies of omission. 1. They originally failed because of powerful unions. 2. No longer British owned, which affects the wealth and pride of a country.

    The banks certainly weren't unionized, nor were they over-regulated and they failed in spectacular fashion (only to be bailed out by "big bad government"), so spare us the "it's all the fault of liberals" BS. Of course GM was failing, which is why one of Obama's first bailout actions was to fire their CEO. And the bailout worked, which is what disingenuous, faceless conservatives like you can't stand.


    Why did such large banks fail? Because they played a high risk/high reward strategy, knowing they'd be bailed out...aka...crony capitalism. Both parties at fault here, and another reason Trump draws record crowds.

    If Obama believes a leader should be fired for allowing an organization to slide towards oblivion and bankruptcy.....then he should fire himself. More federal debt added under Obama than all 43 presidents combined, in addition to all the other items mentioned in my OP.