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Andrew Klavan: The Revolting Truth

Using `Chalk-O-Vision` to explain Obama`s 40% approval rating.

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Andrew Klavan: The Revolting Truth. Using `Chalk-O-Vision` to explain Obama`s 40% approval rating.
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turdburglar
Male, 30-39, Western US
 3678 Posts
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 7:13:20 PM

didn't refute any points I actually made. Changed the subject.

I never argued that obama is good. Just that you are crazy, and have no more reason to complain than listy does about Americas politics...other than for attention.

You are an attention whore.

Bring up nearly ANY subject. In your mind you are an expert. Opinion will never change.

You take this $hit personally...and it`s gonna get you banned one day.
Why do you insist on constantly arguing? Oh wait, I already said why. You are an attention whore.

Go ahead and reply...by changing the subject, taking things out of context, and putting words into my mouth. The same thing you always do, and complain about others doing to you.

You complain too much.


5Cats
Male, 50-59, Canada
 25750 Posts
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:36:57 AM
A@monkeyspankn: The keyword is: at this point in their Presidency. Yes, at the END Bush had lower numbers, but that's meaningless. It`s like saying Bush`s numbers in 2002 were MUCH HIGHER, correct? Year #5 comparison is what counts.

@Ogden: That`s what`s commonly called "a joke" ok? MSM `news` often compared Bush to ridiculous, non-political people in attempts to ridicule him.
Again, at this point in their Presidency, not "all time highs or lows" which are meaningless.

Despite the MSM shilling for him 24/7? Obama`s numbers are BAD. Period!

Ogen
Male, 18-29, Western US
 445 Posts
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 3:11:02 AM
Wow this is dumb, for many reasons.

He makes the claim that Obama's approval ratings are below a few presidents, a serial killer and a long dead historical figure. One, I don`t think they did an approval ratings test for the last two.

But also, it is a total deceiving "fact" because while at certain points of George W Bush`s presidency he was higher than 40%, his lowest rating was 25%.

Without giving any numbers, he acts like 40% is quantifiablely less than other presidents as a whole.

Furthermore, who drating cares who is President? Haven`t you heard, business owns your Government. The President is just a figure head who stands around acting like he made a decision today.

monkeyspankn
Male, 60-69, Southern US
 156 Posts
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 3:09:55 AM
I can't stand Obama, but this is Republican propaganda. Bush had a 25% positive, 75% negative rating in 2007. You can google that, so there`s one un-truth. Obama`s 40% is a little higher than Bush`s 25%. Once again we have polls.

OldOllie
Male, 60-69, Midwest US
 14411 Posts
Monday, July 28, 2014 7:53:09 PM
Sounds about right.

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