Monday: Obama announces reelection bid. Thursday: Poll says only 28% say they share his political views

by editor on April 13, 2011

On Monday, President Obama officially threw his hat in the reelection ring and it sounded suspiciously like an old joke.

zombies-for-obama

Moonbats? Zombies? Doesn't matter. Both blocs vote solidly Democrat.

Man: Ask me what makes me so funny.
Woman: What makes you …
Man: Timing.

Because on Thursday Rasmussen released a new poll that made the reelection bid seem a bit quixotic:

President Obama this week declared his intention to seek reelection, but just over one-quarter of voters say they share the same political views as the president.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows that 57% believe the president is more politically liberal than they are, while just nine percent (9%) say he is more conservative. Twenty-eight percent (28%) of voters say their political views are about the same as the president’s.

Of course, that’s just 28% of living voters. Democrat polls show that Obama’s political views are shared by 100% of dead voters, so he’s expected to cruise to an easy reelection victory.

Source: Rasmussen

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You know, if we’d done our due diligence way back when, this whole damn debate would probably have been moot! It shouldn’t even be 10% who agree with this mad man from Kenya!

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Who the F is the 9% that is more liberal than Barrack Hussein Obama? Is that even possible?

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My thoughts exactly!