July 26, 2009

This is good news

Good news, that is, if your name doesn't happen to be Barack Obama [with my emphasis]:

He still has a job approval rating well over 50 percent in most polls, clear evidence the president remains personally well-liked, although his numbers are lower than they were in the national euphoria immediately after he took power.

But Americans are beginning to sour on his economic policies. A USA Today/Gallup poll last week said that by 49 percent to 47 percent, those surveyed disapprove of how he is handling the economy, a turnaround from his 55 percent to 42 percent approval in May.

The poll said the biggest drop came from conservative and moderate Democrats.

Gee, I guess they're finally getting wise to the idea that the guy who was supposed to be the moderate Post-Partisan Prez is actually a far-left ideologue, hell bent on turning this country into a European-style socialist welfare state.

Better late than never, I guess.

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