Buyers Remorse: Presidential Election Mulligan … If Vote was Held Today, Obama 45% Say Yes, 49% Say No
Buyer’s Remorse just one year into Obama Presidency … The Real Barack Obama has finally stood up and “We the People” reject it.
Just one year into his presidency and already voters have buyers remorse in the election of Barack Obama. According to a Rasmussen poll, if the election were held today only 45% of adults say they would be at least somewhat likely to vote for Obama. 49% say they would be unlikely to vote for Obama’s reelection. Most telling in this poll is that by a two to one margin, Independents would not vote for Obama.
Obama golfing … How fitting because American voters want an election Mulligan
Obama garnered 53% of the vote in the 2008 Presidential election.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 45% of adults say they would be at least somewhat likely to vote for Obama if he was up for reelection right now. Forty-nine percent (49%) say they would be unlikely to vote for the president’s reelection.
Thirty-four percent (34%) would be very likely to support Obama, while 40% say they would be not at all likely to do so.
The question did not specify whom the president would be running against and also was asked of all adults as opposed to just likely voters. Obama carried 53% of the vote nationally over Republican candidate John McCain’s 46% in last November’s election.
What does this poll really tell us as compared to the Presidential Election of 2008? Obama has lost at this point 7%, many can be attributed to Independents. However, many people voted for Obama not knowing one thing about his views, policies or socialist agenda. Obama claimed he was the moderate candidate who would reach across the aisle. He told the people that you can tell what kind of a man he is by those he would surround him self with. You mean like Bill Ayers, czars Kevin Jennings, Van Jones, ACORN and the rest?
Need we say more as to why Americans now, after they see the real Barack Obama, would not have voted for him knowing what they know now!
Posted November 3, 2009 by Scared Monkeys
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BTW, my neighbor is worked with Obama and Biden and had to go on many golfing trips with the Prez and his entourage and has told me on many occassions Obama SUCKS at golf, much like at running our country. He’s a poor man’s Erkel…should see him play hoops…LOL…said for a brother to be that bad at hoops….
The Dems really are so transparent…
Today’s results in VA, NY, and NJ will only be accepted as “national indicators” IF the Democrats in these races PREVAIL.
But if the Democrats in these races get trounced,
then they the result will be dismissed as “local news” which has no relevance to Obama’s reputation and influence, nationally.
Milko – I could not have said it better myself. Just watch the news organizations reports (NBC, ABC and CBS) on regular television and MSNBC’s on cable television and they will hardly report or even comment on today’s events if Republicans overwhemingly win these races.
Even if they lose just one, these liberal MSM and MSNBC will declare a Democratic victory for the day….
45% say YES
49% say NO
6% like to EAT THEIR OWN SILVERWARE
I am proud to say my hubby and I voted for McDonnell @ 6am this morning in the soon to be exhonorated state of Virginia! Yeah man…we need to go back to being a RED state…
Personally, I’m sure Obama is going to go down in history is a total joke and make CARTER look like a good president.
The reason Obama is bad at hoops is because he is not a “brother”. He is Arab. Do some research. He has only one great grandmother who was African.
Wow Scott, you are not racist at all are you?
#8- Wow, Jack, you are not stuck on pulling the race card remark much, are you?
Also, if you learned how to read and interpret the written word & the post properly- the last comment appeared to be the words of the neighbor who actually saw the President playing golf and basketball apparently, and not the words from #3 Scott. Sounds like this neighbor may have even been black himself. Usually black men refer to other black men as brothers…but what do I know—I’m probably just another racist according to you and your mindset.