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Obama Down To Support Of Rabid True Believing Marxist Ideologues

August 15, 2011

This speaks volumes.

From Gallup:

According to Gallup, only 39% of Americans approve of Barack Obama, versus 54% who disapprove of him.

Some other big numbers: 17% of Americans think the economic outlook is getting better under Obama, versus 79% who say it is getting WORSE under Obama.  8 percent of Americans believe the economic conditions are excellent or good, versus 53% who think economic conditions are poor under Obama.

Rasmussen has this:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows that 20% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-two percent (42%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -22 (see trends).

And when you click on that trends link, you find that Obama has been down in this -22 dump longer than he ever has.

I think of North Korea and Kim Jong Il. I think of a country that is literally starving due to a leftwing socialist’s policies. I have said:

Since Obama was elected, I’ve been saying that a third of American voters would continue to support Obama even if he led us into the stone-age-like conditions that Kim Il Jong has led his people into. We could be living in the dark and freezing at night, and scratching our own fecal matter from the ground in order to have something to burn, and this group of people would still adore their Dear Leader.

I said that well over a year ago.  And we’re getting to that hard-core true believer crowd of rabid fanatics now.

The media propaganda and “the state” are so behind Kim Jong Il that even as the people literally starve to death and die by the millions, they thank their lucky stars for their “Dear Leader.”  The tiny, emaciated people hang pictures of him in their homes and even literally worship him.

And that’s just where the overwhelming majority of the mainstream media and a dwindling but fanatic few Americans are at.

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