After two years of campaigning, Obama has fallen from his 7-Day average of 50 percent, back to a 46.875 average - a surprisingly sharp decline of more than 3 points.
Presidential Approval Index
How many rhetorical games has Obama played? Who can keep track.
We him riding the "do it now" campaign. That last about 5 weeks.
There was the "I must act as if a dictator" campaign - that lasted 4 or 5 weeks and actually has back-fired on the man.
He ranked himself as one of the top 4 presidents of all time -- he got about 15 minutes out of that, and most of that applause came from his two daughters.
He compared himself to Gandhi and some other foreigner. Even I can't remember much about this trick.
He pushed for tax-breaks for the golf card industry. Don't remember? Ha, that is my point.
Remember the "Cash for Clunkers" effort? Can anyone say "failure?"
The GM bail-out - most Americans think that should not have happened, especially since only "saved" 47,500 jobs.
What about the Stimulus? You know the answer to that one.
And, now, he thinks he is going to ride "women's health issues" to the elective bank. Stand by. Within two months, everyone will know that he is using this issue to cover over the fact that he is busy telling religious institutions and churches what they must believe and who they must hire. He is doing that, you know.
Anyway, his campaign strategy of [literally] "blah blah blah" is simply not going to work except with those who see something of substance implicit in those three words.