Something else in that NBC/WSJ poll: While 24% say they will blame republicans and 19% will point the finger at Obama and democrats, the majority of respondents, 56%, say they will blame both sides equally.<quoted text>
It's not a thought, it's a sign your blood sugar is so low you're about to pass out!!
Hallucinations are common in diabetes patients when their blood sugar goes too low/high.
Problem for you is that you said exactly the same things 4 years ago, when he was first elected, and he made a fool out of you by succeeding and getting re-elected!!
I remember your screeds concerning Obama's 'lack of any experience'. Well, after four years of experience he whipped the ass of your Party, in spite of 4 years of constant personal attacks, including nasty religious and racial insults from you.
It's your side, the Teabaggers, who will double up on their irrational hatred and extremism, just as they did in 2010.
"Barack Obama has played the race card, and he played it from the bottom of the deck," said Rick Davis, in a statement issued from the McCain campaign. "It's divisive, negative, shameful and wrong."
Yesterday in Missouri, Obama predicted McCain and the GOP would use racially tinged attacks against him.
"What they're going to try to do is make you scared of me," Obama said. "You know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills."
Or Joe Wilson with his "You lie" during a State of the Union speech, an unprecedented breach of decorum.
The incident resulted in a formal rebuke by the House of Representatives.
Or Orly Taitz, Da Donald, and Corsi keeping the BC lies alive long after sane people had concluded it was merely a racist attack against the first non-white President in American History.
Or Mitch McConnel, who said ""the single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president."
And you stupidly talk of Democrat irrational hatred and extremism??
You're either the biggest moron in America, or your blood sugar is about to put you in a coma.
Which is it??
So even though you get to gloat the majority believes Obama holds a clear mandate from the election according to that poll, 53% say they are “optimistic and confident” that Obama will do a good job while 47% are "uncertain or pessimistic".
6% isn't exactly a huge margin of confidence.
Basically, the ball is in Obama's court. He's the one in the spotlight to deliver and prove the majority are correct.
But, as we all know, that has yet to be seen.