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A poll taken yesterday has zerO losing to all 4 possible GOP challengers; Romney, Gingrich, Huckabee and Palin. This is unprecidented for any president to be behind 4 challengers before the mid-term elections. The same poll has zerO's popularity down 4 points to 43%.

But Loonys shouldn't be concerned, Joe Gaffe Biden has predicted a Dem sweep in Nov. (Maybe he should have told Robert Gibbs).

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A poll taken yesterday has zerO losing to all 4 possible GOP challengers; Romney, Gingrich, Huckabee and Palin. This is unprecidented for any president to be behind 4 challengers before the mid-term elections. The same poll has zerO's popularity down 4 points to 43%.

But Loonys shouldn't be concerned, Joe Gaffe Biden has predicted a Dem sweep in Nov. (Maybe he should have told Robert Gibbs).

Geez! Whatever. Tell us. Hows them magical republicans gonna make it all better?

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A poll taken yesterday has zerO losing to all 4 possible GOP challengers; Romney, Gingrich, Huckabee and Palin. This is unprecidented for any president to be behind 4 challengers before the mid-term elections. The same poll has zerO's popularity down 4 points to 43%.

But Loonys shouldn't be concerned, Joe Gaffe Biden has predicted a Dem sweep in Nov. (Maybe he should have told Robert Gibbs).

Ronald Reagan's poll numbers were worse than Obama's:

The president’s solace may be his comparison to Ronald Reagan — the last president to take office in the midst of a recessionary gale. In an ABC/Post poll at about his year-and-a-half mark, and with unemployment then at 9.8 percent, Reagan’s approval rating was 49-47 percent — almost precisely the same as Obama’s now.” Reagan went on to a second term and to become the gold standard of the G.O.P.

After a period of transformative change in his first two years in office, Ronald Reagan saw his approval rating sink to 35 percent amid a deep recession. In the 1982 midterm election, Republicans, already a minority in the House of Representatives, lost 26 seats. Soon afterward, Democrats confidently began challenging President Reagan’s re-election, denouncing his determination to “stay the course.” Yet in 1984 Reagan was returned to office in a landslide.

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