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Barack Hussein Obama Rated Lowest 1st Year President in History

When you read this, Press Secretary Gibbs will say that polls are meaningless, just as he and Obama always say when the poll numbers are showing them in a bad light.
However, have you taken an “good look” at Barack Hussein Obama lately? He appears to have lost weight, his hair has more gray and it appears to be falling out. All are signs of worry/stress. Obama knows he is not popular as he was and is in danger of following Carter and S.H.WW.Bush as a one term President.
I am not saying the numbers are 100% correct BUT they are indicitive of a major problem that is only getting worse.

Gallup: Obama Lowest Rated 1st Year President In History
posted in Politics
I noted earlier that the most recent Gallup poll has Obama with a measly 47% approval rating. What I didn’t realize is that it’s the lowest approval rating ever recorded for a 1st year President.Of course this is the Obama administration and when someone points out something unpleasant, Barry switches Worst-Press-Secretary-In-History Robert Gibbs to “attack” mode. Gibbs was asked about the polls by Fox News. His response?
“If I was a heart patient and Gallup was my EKG, I’d visit my doctor. I’m sure a six-year-old with a Crayon could do something not unlike that. I don’t put a lot of stake in, never have, in the EKG that is daily Gallup trend. I don’t pay a lot of attention to the meaninglessness of it.”Of course, Mr. Gibbs. The polls are always meaningless when they spell trouble, right?Gallup wasn’t particularly thrilled with the insult and issued an uncharacteristic reply. “Gibbs said that if Gallup were his EKG, he would visit his doctor. Well, I think the doctor might ask him what’s going on in his life that would cause his EKG to be fluctuating so much.”
At least every one’s in agreement that the President’s popularity is on life support.Here’s a list of every President that Gallup has polled from the beginning of their administrations, and their approval ratings at this point in their first terms:
– George W. Bush, 86 percent
– Bill Clinton, 52 percent
– George H.W. Bush, 71 percent
– Ronald Reagan, 49 percent
– Jimmy Carter, 57 percent
– Gerald Ford, 52 percent
– Richard Nixon, 59 percent
– Lyndon Johnson, 74 percent
– John Kennedy, 77 percent
– Dwight Eisenhower, 69 percent
– Harry Truman, 49 percent

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