NOBAMA: Change You Can Believe In … 52% of Americans Say Obama Does Not Deserve Reelection in 2012


No he can’t and talk about some real hope and change from the American voters.

In a stunning CNN poll, 52% of Americans think that The One should be one and done. That is correct, by a 52% to 44% vote, We the People say that Barack Hussein Obama does not deserve to be reelected in 2012. My what a difference a year makes.  Obama’s reelection is not until 2012; however, the 2010 midterms by all accounts are predicted to be disastrous for Democrats.


This was part of a CNN poll that stated that that there was an anti-incumbent sentiment among the public as only 34% feel that current federal lawmakers deserve re-election, while 63% say they should not. Even though this CNN poll is harsh on incumbents, both Democrat and Republican, there are other indicators that show that Republicans have the upper hand in 2010 with the voters. Republicans lead Democrats in the Generic Congressional ballot by 9 points, that spells disaster in the midterms. In poll after poll after poll, Republicans lead US Senate races in an attemopt to take back control.

Only a third of U.S. voters think that most members of Congress deserve to be re-elected this year, according to a new national poll. That’s the lowest number ever recorded for that question in a CNN survey.

The numbers on both questions are even lower than in 1994, when an anti-incumbent fever helped Republicans win back control of both the House and the Senate from Democrats. The trend line on those questions goes back to 1991, when they were first asked.

“This is not a good year to be an incumbent, regardless of which party you belong to,” said CNN polling director Keating Holland. “Voters seem equally angry at both Republicans and Democrats this year.”

All political polling indicators point to the fact that 1994 might be child’s play compared what is about to happen to Democrats in the 2010 midterms.

2012 … NOBAMA!!!

Full CNN polling results can be seen HERE.

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  • Comments

    20 Responses to “NOBAMA: Change You Can Believe In … 52% of Americans Say Obama Does Not Deserve Reelection in 2012”

    1. brie. on February 16th, 2010 11:10 pm

      Obama shouldn’t of been elected in 2009, let alone 2012…I think Obama is evil minded and destined to destroy America…he’s already done a pretty good job of sending down the tubes….we have got to do something about all the messes he has created and those he plans on creating in the future…

      Not to change the subject, but I think it was absolutely horrible that Fox news allowed the show Family Guy to make a comedy directed towards those with dow syndrome and then comment about the one that has a mother as a political figure in Alaska….the show should be canceled and taken off the air immediately….

    2. brie. on February 16th, 2010 11:12 pm

      #2…excuse me, the above should say sending us down the tubes…

    3. rightknight on February 17th, 2010 1:19 am

      A battle cry with a nice ring to it would
      be “Throw the Bums Out!” Even those
      with good American Constitution intentions
      seem to backslide after more than a term
      or two in the political swamp. These jobs
      were intended to be voluntary or temporary
      and not careers of crime-ridden temptations
      and opportunities.

    4. CONservative governMENt on February 17th, 2010 5:23 am

      Someone asked me of Obama will be a two term President and I gave them the same answer I did when someone asked me the same about Bush in his first term:

      “It all depeneds on who the other side puts up against him.”

      That’s it. Until the next opponent is chosen, all of these polls are a waste of time. If the GOP choose a real go getter, it will be a fight. If they go with someone who is all flash and no substance, there is a chance a lot of those polled above will reconsider and go with Obama like they did in 2008.

    5. super dave on February 17th, 2010 8:14 am

      obama should go back to kenya and politic there. surely his native brothers would elect him.

    6. super dave on February 17th, 2010 8:27 am

      con boy: read the news this morning son. your boy has doomed America with debt and unheard of taxes. remember, your children will suffer too for years to come. but you libcrats don’t think past your worship of obama. he has you by the balls leading you to ruin and you still don’t get it.
      only the unintelligent will follow blindly without thinking.

    7. CONservative governMENt on February 17th, 2010 9:44 am


      This is completely pointless. Nobody will make any decisions until the MAJORITY of us see who runs against him. If it’s Palin (joke) you think people will vote for her because they think Obama doesn’t deserve a second term. Don’t make me laugh.

      It WAY too early to tell and to even discuss this at this point is absurd.

    8. super dave on February 17th, 2010 9:50 am

      i would like to hear obama’s excuse for the alarming amount of homeless people since he became president while his mother in law lives in luxury at the taxpayers’ expense. i don’t think the white house was meant to house in laws too.
      the rate of the homeless since the obama administration took over is unacceptable when he spends trilliuons on BS projects like studying volcanoes. the stimulus money went straight into the democrat politicians’ pockets.

    9. super dave on February 17th, 2010 11:16 am

      #7: I love the name. ask your mama about me .

    10. super dave on February 17th, 2010 11:20 am

      con boy: all democrat boys are afraid of Sarah and women in general. it’s evident since nancy owns you boy obama. still living in the dark ages i see.
      how’s that hopey dopey changey workin for ya boy ?

    11. Michelle on February 17th, 2010 12:41 pm

      I would vote for Elmer Fudd before I vote for Obama. We already know what he’s capable of. We don’t want to go down that road again.

    12. NewGirlBoston on February 17th, 2010 2:32 pm

      #7. See, here is where your ignorance comes in. It is “way to early to tell”? Are you serious? It’s way too late for you to buy a vowel or a clue. A whole year in and what exactly can’t you tell?

      Look at the havoc Obama and his Administration have wreaked upon our Country in more ways than one. There is no need to itemize it all—-it’s been all over the news for months and months. I’m not saying Sarah Palin is the answer, either—what I’m saying is that the longer people like you stay in denial—the more strength & momentum the rest of the majority are collecting.

      No matter what her plans or political aspirations are, though—you are foolish if you can’t be realistic and admit that much of what she supports and is saying is the hard, cold, truth.

      All I know is- many of us on here never voted for Obama for a multitude of reasons and now that mainstream America is catching on…it is pointless to keep arguing with people like you. Stand back and watch- his actions speak for themselves and AMERICA HAS SPOKEN and will continue to speak. Critisize all you want—you can’t take that away from us.

    13. CONservative governMENt on February 17th, 2010 4:33 pm

      #12 Gail,

      its pointless to argue with you as well.Its like talking with my kitchen cabinet..Oooh a full year and hes a lame duck.If GW Bush got re elected after the disaster he caused–then this guy still has a shot.

      If this poll doesn’t overturn Nov 4th 2008, then this poll is like a quest for Obama’s Kenyan Birth Certificate, fruitless. The next poll that matters is Nov 2012.
      Case in point

      Reagan Gallup Approval Jan 1983 35%

      Clinton Gallup Approval Jun 1995 37 %

      Pure pablum for the masses

    14. super dave on February 17th, 2010 5:23 pm

      ha! oblamea accuses republicans of hypocrisy ha !
      he’s the biggest hypocrite of this century. include bigot in that description also.
      hey barry, just admit defeat and that you don’t have a clue and step down. you will save yourself a lot of embarrasment .

    15. Elmer on February 17th, 2010 6:04 pm

      Re #11: Thanks for your vote, Michelle!

    16. super dave on February 17th, 2010 8:04 pm

      #13: the quest for your master’s birth certificate was fruitless because he paid millions to have his records sealed. solid proof that he is a foriegner and not fit to lead this country.
      the only thing he has accomplished is to make a complete fool of himself and his worshippers.
      only a criminal would resort to thug tactics to hide his identity.
      never fear, obama is on his way out and he knows this . he is running scared.

    17. NewGirlBoston on February 17th, 2010 9:05 pm

      #13—Just want to clarify with you that I never gave the birthers much thought or credit regarding their accusations. Too many other troubling issues at hand that deserve more attention.

      Keeping things simple—not concerned either with polls. Just like it happened recently with Senator Brown’s win in Massachusetts—let the voting public decide. In our State, the Governor (and wanna be Obama Clone) will be next. He has been a dismal failure at best.

      The rest of the Nation will align—- the results can only be ignored for so long.

    18. J.Jay on February 18th, 2010 3:32 am

      Yes! Vote for the filibuster abusers! They are real patriots! Ever looked up what a filibuster is and how it is done? And how it was famously used in the past? Funny story really.

      It represents most of what is wrong with our system and why politicians are so distant to the people. They come close to shake hands and kiss ass and then they are off to their lofty lectern with a snack and a piss bottle.

    19. Scott on February 19th, 2010 8:11 am

      CONMORON – Of course it’s pointless to mindless idiots such as yourself…

      If Palin runs, agreed, she won’t win, but the person you liberals losers need to worry about is the new elected Virginia govenor who delivered one of the best rebuttals to a State of the Union address by a President. This same guy was instrumental in helping Scott Brown win Mass.

      I hope you liberals keep believing Obama can’t and won’t be beat in 2012.

      It’s funny you liberal morons can’t see that the INDEPENDENTS are the ones who control the next election (and the last); and now the majority of Independents see Obama as a failure.

      Again, logic and facts!

    20. C.BROWN on October 21st, 2010 2:41 pm


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