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“Seven Days In May”

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The botched rollout of Barack Obama's signature health care law continues to take a political toll on the president. The latest evidence is a Quinnipiac University survey released Wednesday morning showing the president's approval rating hitting a record low of 34 percent in Ohio. Obama's disapproval rating has jumped to an all-time high of 61 percent.

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Only 39 percent of Ohioans now believe the president is "honest and trustworthy," a new low, while 57 percent believe he is not "honest and trustworthy," a new high.

The law itself has also suffered in the eyes of the public. Only 35 percent of Ohioans currently support Obamacare, while 59 percent are opposed.

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Scheherazade

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Let's see how the polls change when we fully realize the positive impact that ACA is having and when gas prices come down because of the new deal struck with Iran.....

Glad you like Real Clear Politics as a source, because it's presuming the same:

The Benefits of a Deal


By Eugene Robinson - November 26, 2013
Read more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/201...

With vast reserves of oil and a population of 80 million, Iran has the dimensions, and the ambitions, of a regional superpower. The election of President Hassan Rouhani -- a "moderate" in the context of the radical Islamic regime -- suggests Iran may be ready to change its relationship with the West from confrontation to coexistence. Obama has signaled a willingness to test this proposition.

Just as Richard Nixon's opening to China unsettled U.S. allies in Asia, so has Obama's phone call with Rouhani unnerved our allies in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who should be cautiously pleased that the threat from Iran is at least temporarily diminished, has reacted with irrational outrage. Saudi Arabia's autocratic leaders are sulking and grumbling.

It may be that Iran is incapable of becoming a responsible actor on the world stage as long as it is led by the mullahs. But there was a time when it was hard to imagine China being anything but a pariah as long as it was led by the Maoists -- yet now, Beijing is the capital of one of the world's economic superpowers, with Mao's picture still watching over Tiananmen Square.

Regimes do evolve, sometimes in ways that make the world a safer place. Obama is boldly asking this question: Can it happen in Iran?
dunadd

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Nov 27, 2013
 
I am not that interested in the approval nor disapproval of Obama at the present and am not saying that in a sarcastic nature but rather a realistic nature. Barring some information no one knows about, chances are Obama is going to finish his second term. We do have a chance to stopgap his disastrous governing through the 2014 midterms and then sensibly electing someone in the 2016 presidential election who is Constitutional American minded. Who that is I don't know.
At the present it wouldn't matter if Obama's approval rating hit zero, he has 3 years and a month + to do all the anti-American governing he can do.
TM, don't think of this as a personal attack on you, It isn't. I learn a lot from you. I am just trying to get people's attention and focus on the Novembers, 2014 and 2016.
By the last 5 years of Obama governing, we know and realize there are a portion of American voters who love what he has done, is doing and is going to do and no amount of truth will change their minds and this is the people who will vote for continuance of the present policies of the Democrat Party.
I am sure there are people in Ohio and other states who will vote for whoever the Democrat party nominates even at the continuance of Obama's methods of governing.
Obama did not set a standard of governing in the fashion he does. There are many RINOs and many in the Democrat party who believe in what he is doing.
Anyone who denies America is on a track towards socialism is either a denier or liar. It is as plain as the nose on anyone's face, the direction America has been heading since the turn of the last century. Not the Highway to Heaven but the Highway to Socialism.
Again TM I am not denigrating nor berating what you post about Obama's ratings. I agree with them because they are truth. But the question in my mind and it should be in others, who do we vote for in 2014 and 2016 to reverse this slide into socialism and at a much more alarming rate than we have ever been.
Stay the course, TM, don't let up, get discouraged nor slack off. Stay the course. We must keep Constitutional America alive and well even if it means in a smaller package.
Thousands of my ancestors fought in wars, some giving the ultimate sacrifice while others who didn't get to serve, faithfully worked, lived and died loving America and I refuse to let her go back or down without resistance and thank God we can resist now with our vote and not with the weapons our ancestors had to use.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone and GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!

“Seven Days In May”

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Scheherazade wrote:
Let's see how the polls change when we fully realize the positive impact that ACA is having and when gas prices come down because of the new deal struck with Iran.....
Glad you like Real Clear Politics as a source, because it's presuming the same:
The Benefits of a Deal
By Eugene Robinson - November 26, 2013
Read more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/201...
With vast reserves of oil and a population of 80 million, Iran has the dimensions, and the ambitions, of a regional superpower. The election of President Hassan Rouhani -- a "moderate" in the context of the radical Islamic regime -- suggests Iran may be ready to change its relationship with the West from confrontation to coexistence. Obama has signaled a willingness to test this proposition.
Just as Richard Nixon's opening to China unsettled U.S. allies in Asia, so has Obama's phone call with Rouhani unnerved our allies in the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who should be cautiously pleased that the threat from Iran is at least temporarily diminished, has reacted with irrational outrage. Saudi Arabia's autocratic leaders are sulking and grumbling.
It may be that Iran is incapable of becoming a responsible actor on the world stage as long as it is led by the mullahs. But there was a time when it was hard to imagine China being anything but a pariah as long as it was led by the Maoists -- yet now, Beijing is the capital of one of the world's economic superpowers, with Mao's picture still watching over Tiananmen Square.
Regimes do evolve, sometimes in ways that make the world a safer place. Obama is boldly asking this question: Can it happen in Iran?
Some of the Americans who know Iranians best — because they were held captive for 444 days in Tehran — are giving a thumbs-down on the nuclear- arms deal negotiated by the US and other world powers.

“There’s no way you can trust them,” said Thomas Schaefer, who was a military attaché when militants stormed the US Embassy in November 1979.

“There are a lot of good Iranians, but the leaders just can’t be trusted,” Schaefer, a retired Air Force colonel, told The Post.“They’re working to obtain nuclear-weapons capability and they’ll do anything. They’re not going to stop.”

Schaefer said the agreement — designed to limit Iran’s ability to develop plutonium for a bomb — was “foolishness.”

Clair Cortland Barnes, a retired CIA officer who was also a Tehran hostage, called it “a win-win for them and it’s a lose-lose for us.”

“And what do we get out of it?” Barnes asked.“A lie saying,‘We’re not gong to make plutonium.’ ”

http://nypost.com/2013/11/26/iran-hostage-cri...

As for your Obamacare pipe dream:

Democrats Fear Obamacare Will Cost Them The Senate
http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/obama-i...
Scheherazade

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Nov 27, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
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Obamacare pipe dream:
Democrats Fear Obamacare Will Cost Them The Senate
http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/obama-i...
In case you didn't kow it (which you probably don't) fear is not factual. It's a presumption. I know that you thugs like to do things based out of your fears, but that's not how I roll.

Frankly, if Obama would have done what most of us SENT him to do and given us full single payer healthcare, we'd be even better off. As it stands, the ACA is just a step in that direction.

Don't worry your little fearmongering heart. There's nothing new here that didn't happen with the initiation of Social Security or other soizl welfare programs. They all had a rocky start and have come to be the most solid entities. So solid, in fact, that your Rethuglican leaders have no problem borrowing form them to pay for their unconstitutional wars .....
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Scheherazade wrote:
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In case you didn't kow it (which you probably don't) fear is not factual. It's a presumption. I know that you thugs like to do things based out of your fears, but that's not how I roll.
Frankly, if Obama would have done what most of us SENT him to do and given us full single payer healthcare, we'd be even better off. As it stands, the ACA is just a step in that direction.
Don't worry your little fearmongering heart. There's nothing new here that didn't happen with the initiation of Social Security or other soizl welfare programs. They all had a rocky start and have come to be the most solid entities. So solid, in fact, that your Rethuglican leaders have no problem borrowing form them to pay for their unconstitutional wars .....
Now that's what I call the blind faith of a true Obama zombie and sycophant. Black unemployment is at an all time high and yet you still worship and the shrine of this twisted egomaniac and liar.

Obama is not God.

Get off your knees.

Pathetic.

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In case you didn't kow it (which you probably don't) fear is not factual. It's a presumption. I know that you thugs like to do things based out of your fears, but that's not how I roll.
Frankly, if Obama would have done what most of us SENT him to do and given us full single payer healthcare, we'd be even better off. As it stands, the ACA is just a step in that direction.
Don't worry your little fearmongering heart. There's nothing new here that didn't happen with the initiation of Social Security or other soizl welfare programs. They all had a rocky start and have come to be the most solid entities. So solid, in fact, that your Rethuglican leaders have no problem borrowing form them to pay for their unconstitutional wars .....
51% is quite a definition of "most." But, I'll play along and ask you if you respect OUR choise of electing a House majority to stop him.
BTW, as a dual citizen, I've experienced single payer in Canada. You know nothing about it, including the fact that it is NOT national health care. It is provincial...ten differengt systems in various states of chaos, debt and misery. 40% of Canadians don't have a family doctor, for example. In provinces like New Brunswick, that figure is well over 50%.
You're a clueless fool.

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>51% is quite a definition of "most." But, I'll play along and ask you if you respect OUR choise of electing a House majority to stop him.
BTW, as a dual citizen, I've experienced single payer in Canada. You know nothing about it, including the fact that it is NOT national health care. It is provincial...ten differengt systems in various states of chaos, debt and misery. 40% of Canadians don't have a family doctor, for example. In provinces like New Brunswick, that figure is well over 50%.
You're a clueless fool.
Alberta can't even run their system right with all of the oil money.

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http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-and-cent...

33% of blacks approve of the job Kasich is doing. Only 8% say they will vote for him.

Republicans don't have a "minority problem". Minorities have a "Republican problem"

http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-and-cent...

The rest of this poll is utter crap. Hillary is still popular, and Brown hasn't suffered any damage.

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Alberta can't even run their system right with all of the oil money.
They fund Québec's system, to boot. Notice how separatism talk has died down over the last 15 years? Québec is the North Korea of Canada.

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>They fund Québec's system, to boot. Notice how separatism talk has died down over the last 15 years? Québec is the North Korea of Canada.
A better comparison is Walloonia, Upstate NY

The "North Korea" of Canada are the Indian reserves

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Obama's rating will go up when we realize the benefits ocare? Really, are you saying I will have a better opinion of him when I start paying my much higher premiums NEXT MONTH. Har dee har har. You lib trash really deserve no respect because you are so sadly lacking in brain skills.
Obama's deal with the Iranians will NOT work. They have already said the disagree with our interpretation less than 48 hours after it was signed. Only honest assessment libtards come up with is......well, Paki and Israel has them, now Iran will join the group. You misguided public school grads just do not understand the stone age Iranian mindset.
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Where did this crap for brains Scheherazade come from? A big supporter of the worst President ever. These libs feed off one another. Sitting around theorizing possibilities void of reality.

Doesn't matter that lies were told to get votes. Doesn't matter that the books were cooked to lower the unemployment rate. Nothing matters because the cause is greater than the truth.

As you watch the biggest liberal experiment in Americian his crash and burn realize that libs have failed all humanity in there quest for hope and change.

No Hope and no change.
Big Johnson

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
The botched rollout of Barack Obama's signature health care law continues to take a political toll on the president. The latest evidence is a Quinnipiac University survey released Wednesday morning showing the president's approval rating hitting a record low of 34 percent in Ohio. Obama's disapproval rating has jumped to an all-time high of 61 percent.
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This is so tragic!

I will pray for President Obama's poll numbers in Ohio to improve.
Duke for Mayor

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>They fund Québec's system, to boot. Notice how separatism talk has died down over the last 15 years? Québec is the North Korea of Canada.
Wow Paco, are the Quebecois building nukes, threatening neighboring countries, capturing elderly Americans, placing political dissenters and their families in hard labor camps, and putting up massive posters of political leaders these days?

Interesting. You must really know a lot about geopolitics.

woof
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You must really know a lot about geopolitics.
woof
He has read every novel by Tom Clancy and Harry Turtledove. That is all I need to know!
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Hey Woofie, can you add any substance to this subject? You libs can't defend your leader's policies or results so you try to change the subject. Instead of crying about someone who is well informed, clean up the mess of dog shit your boy created.

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