Friday, February 27, 2009

Poll: Obama In Big, Big, Huge, Trouble

The congressional Republicans’ “No Strategy” strategy is making major headway with voters this week.

In a just-released poll, only 68 percent of voters have an unfavorable view of Republicans in Congress. The Republican Party at large is doing even better, with a George Bush-esque level of approval of 32 percent.

It's hard to imagine how President Obama can look at these numbers and think that his agenda has a chance — not when an entire quarter of Americans view him unfavorably!

Those real Americans looking for conservative leadership found it on Tuesday night with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's (R) grand slam performance following up Barack Obama. He was so wonderful — his delivery so compelling — that he is already being compared to real-life TV stars. His ideas were bold — "Why not let volcanoes destroy Hawaii?" Finally, a real conservative policy wonk.

Does anyone really think Obama has a chance in 2012 against a Palin/Jindal ticket?

Originally on The Hill.


  1. not only does he have a chance I think the repooplican party should keep throwing what they are shoveling it has given them Bush favorability what more can they ask for

  2. What a gift to comedy that ticket would be.

    And yeah, that Rep. no strategy strategy worked so well for the past eight years. I think it's time for Obama to take a teensy break from "looking forward" and point some fingers back. In case people sort of forget, you know.