Stephanopoulis: Americans Worried “He’s Getting In Over His Head”

2009 August 21
by bc3b

The biggest problem for President Obama in today’s ABC News/Washington Post poll is this: only 49 percent of Americans are confident that he’ll “make the right decisions for the country’s future” — down from 60 percent in April.

Voters still like Obama. His overall job approval is steady at 57 percent. But they’re screaming “listen to us” and “slow down.” And they’re worried he’s getting in over his head.

Blaming the GOP for blocking health care will make Democrats feel better. But it may turn off Independents who are already abandoning Obama (17 point drops in handling health care and overall job approval).

Here’s the enrire article.

George, that’s not the party line. Walk down the hall and talk with Charlie Gibson. He will straighten you out. Re-education Camp in Detroit next winter can be awfully cold.

“Vacationing” in Mo-Town next January?

Hat tip: ABC News.

2 Responses leave one →
  1. 2009 August 21 9:31 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Stephy ole boy, it takes one to know one. You’ve been in over your head since the Clinton years….

  2. 2009 August 21 11:07 am
    Havok permalink

    I think you mean he has had his head up his you know what.

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