ANSWERS: 13
  • no ... he is just getting into stride and will only get better as time goes on and even the Republicans with their heads firmly stuck their own arses will be forced to admit this
  • No. It's only just begun. The media overlooks everyone of his flubs, historical and statistical inaccuracies and he has two or three nice little scandals brewing. All of these will be ignored by major media, captured for the record by the internet media and talk radio and the left will be stunned when he loses in 4 years.
  • I think it needs to be.
  • Is michelle's ass over... what?
  • i watch fox, but i am a liberal, according to fox it was over november 5th
  • I have no idea. You'll have to ask someone who loved him in the first place if their infatuation is waning.
  • Not with the media, and not with the people either, apparently. The latest New York Times/CBS News poll found a distinct gulf between President Obama’s overall standing and how some of his key initiatives, including health care reform, are viewed. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/18/us/politics/18poll.html?hp
  • He was my choice and still is. He needs to stop being a media darling and do the things he promised, even if it means it will make him unpoular. Who cares about swatting flies?
  • Not with the broadcast and some cable media. They are in a perminate pucker for him. With the people, wise people who care and want to protect this country, it should have been over a long time ago. Ya, for me it's been over for a while now, but for him maybe not. He's still trying to scr3w us over, so someone needs to tell him it's time to quit.
  • Considering how many still carry a torch for Reagan: No.
  • I don't think there is such a thing as a so-called "honeymoon" for presidents any longer. If there is, it's a piss-poor one. As soon as the term begins, and even before, the vultures come flying out to attack...be it a Republican or a Democrat...and they never stop. I don't understand how any sane, decent person would even want the job of President of the United States any longer...which is a sadness brought on only by ourselves. +5
  • According to today's polls (6-18-09), the end is fast approaching.
  • Yes and no. On the one hand, the liberals are pointing out all the good stuff he's doing. On the other hand, the conservatives for the most part are trying to shoot him down. Everybody really formed their own opinion of him with the campaign and they're sticking to it. Personally, I pick neither. I think that he is doing some things right, but he wasn't quite prepared for the presidency and there are a lot of really angry naysayers that will go to any lengths to expose and blow out of proportion everything he's done wrong. For myself, I want him to succeed in getting our nation into a better place, particlarly financially. I also realize, though, that he is human, and he is going to make mistakes. The organized media for the most part has made him into some kind of political and financial savior and that everything is going to be bright and happy, but to hope for that kind of miraculous recovery in his first couple of months is not only naive it's complete lunacy.

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