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Subtle but true Tweet of the Day


Claiming the only reason anyone could approve of Obama’s performance is that they’re afraid to be called racist, considering how often you complain about sarcastic attacks on your positions, doesn’t this seem a little hypocritical?

That’s sneaky on Jim’s part. We all know that the Dems will do this.

61% of Americans still were reed about being called homophones.

… yeah, and 45.7% of Americans believe that statistical figures are made-up from whole cloth.

On the other hand, the Demo’s internals are designed to get around the Bradley Effect… and they are not what one would call “encouraging.” Say what they will, but the Demos know the GOP could run a cold ham sandwich and win. Landslide.

I’m a white, conservative male. Obviously I am a racist. They can tell by the color of my skin…

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | August 14, 2011 at 5:50 pm

First S&P downgraded him, now the American people are downgrading him. Tough week.

BTW, his numbers with independents are in the low to mid 30s. Atrocious. I’m starting to think there really is a chance that the far left really might get someone like a Russ Feingold or an Algore to primary him.

If the election were this week, Pat Paulson could finally win (even though Pat is dead now).

The only remaining question ..
who will be the “Not Obama” ?

The buck stops here, is racist.

A day I have been looking forward to for a long time. Is there any way a poll can produce a tally that is less than zero? We may find out, yet!

Oh my…his polling numbers are in the shitter!

And 8% are completely flummoxed. They have no idea what all the fuss is about.

Interesting . . . according to CNN in a mere two month period since early June (3 – 7), 11% of Democrats stopped caring if anyone, including other Democrats, thought of them as “racists.”

So, the empty block in the lower right hand corner is where results of the Worried-About-Being-Called-Racist poll were to appear? Were they worried about being labled racist for having asked?


This 39% is really significant because Bill Clinton never went below 43% … even during impeachment