Obama approval rating dropping like a rock in Ohio

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Obama's approval rating was around 62% in May and is now sitting at 49% in the swing state.



Ohioans are not seeing enough of that "change" that they were promised. I think it's funny, when Bush was president he was going too slow and not acting fast enough and now the Obama fans want Ohioans to be "patient". It could take 2 to 3 yrs to turn things around. Um, a lot of people need help NOW, not wait a couple of years.



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Laura - posted on 08/07/2009

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We had a lot of voter fraud in Wisconsin too, Acorn and others. Someone was actually registered as Jimmy John and the address is a Jimmy John's restuarant. We also get people coming up from Chicago and voting here. It was discovered in the 2006 Governor election which the Dems won. The Repubs tried to get a law passed the required in state id for the presidential election but the Democrats shot it down saying it would be too hard for people to get this id. Boy, they must think their Dem. followers are really stupid or something.

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Sheila, you should have let him cause a ruckus!!! LOL!



It is illegal, you can't be turned away from voting just b/c the people outside figured out what party you are affliated with.



I just walk through them when I go to vote, I say nothing. I take their pamplets and throw them in the trash right inside the door.

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hmm..I'm thinking seriously about getting a concealed carry permit so if some dumb a** black panther or Acorn freak jump in my face when I go to vote, I will just flash my firearm, or if necessary draw it. I'm taking classes starting in the fall. It may come down to that.

Gina - posted on 08/06/2009

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That is scary, do you think after Obama's communist loving, socialist wacko's and Acorn will let the Americans have a fair vote on the next election.

Christa - posted on 08/06/2009

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That's illegal here in CO, I'm not sure if it is nationwide. You can't even wear candidate affiliated shirts, stickers or buttons to vote, they will make you go change. You can't campaign within a certain amount of feet from polling places, I can't believe they were getting away with such behavior!

Sheila - posted on 08/06/2009

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Haha, He really wanted to, I told him not to make such a big deal, but now I wish I would have let him...He stayed on our porch and he protested the Democrats, and he kept harassing the people that had the signs for obama all day.

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That pisses me off! I think I would have got on the phone and called every news station in town and tell them that I was being refused my right to vote.



That really sucked for your fiance'.

Sheila - posted on 08/06/2009

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My fiance, was told to leave, He had tried to vote absentee, they had no record of it, but when he tried to vote...again, across the street, he was turned away. This was after they already knew he was voting republican. So his vote wasn't counted at all this election!

Sheila - posted on 08/06/2009

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I live in Columbus and I voted for McCain and Palin, but at the voting site across the street from our home, they posted Obama signs all up and down the street. The people outside only supported Obama, and when they found out someone was voting for McCain they would "bully" them and rush them in and out of the polls. We need to rebuild the republican party, get good officials and take back majority in the offices. As for the Democrats... They have the White House, the Senate, and the House and they still aren't happy, they want to run our country into the ground! Enough is enough.

Julie - posted on 08/05/2009

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For whatever it's worth, us Ohioans REpublicans WERE working hard to get out the vote - but election fraud.. if that's what it's called probably was what killed us.. there were incredible stories of people "registered to vote" whose home of residence were park benches in Cincinnatti, New Yorkers "living " in Ohio and registered to vote in both states..(Obama election workers fo course) .. our only hope now to rebuild the party in Ohio, elect strong candidates here who can take back the election stolen from us. Obama only won in the urban areas, most rural counties in Ohio went for McCain..

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More time will mean he will only screw us over MORE royally! I love that he is down to the 40's now. With those kind of numbers (or lower I hope!) it will be harder to railroad his crap policies/agenda through!

Susan - posted on 08/02/2009

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I have a friend that does not come around very much because when I said something about Obama doing wrong things she just said what about the tax rebate of $250 that we are getting. I could not believe that she considered one good thing, that you really can not say Obama gave us anyway, for all the destruction that he is doing to our country. I wonder, if it comes out that he really was not born in the USA, what happens to all these things that he is spouting. And on another note, even the world countries are not happy with Obama. Why can't the American people see that others are more aware of the destruction Obama is doing to us>

Laura - posted on 07/30/2009

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Maybe those people from England need to come back and light the Obama fire again. My husband was in Columbus when the Ohio caucus was being held and ran into a group of college guys from England showing their support for Obama. He started talking to them, and no they aren't American citizens, don't have a job just students, love Obama. When my husband asked them what business was it of theirs to be here, a few backed off. When he really started to lay into them for doing this they left the resturant, I'm sure they didn't leave the country. Aren't we happy we have a President the rest of the world can push around.

Kristina - posted on 07/13/2009

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I'm from Ohio and I was befuddled by those that were so caught up in Obama. I couldn't believe they could be so blind. We have an incredible opportunity to do the right thing in the next election to balance out the power in Washington. That is what is giving me some hope

Barbara - posted on 07/10/2009

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Why didn't those ohioans educate themselves enough at the beginning so this wouldn't be happening? People get so suckered into his charisma but I see right through him. Bill Clinton was the same way. Be patient and it will be over before we know it.

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It's only a matter of time....but unfortunately in that time they are wasting money left and right. 18 million alone to redo the new government website....ugh!

Gina - posted on 07/09/2009

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They said that supporters that strongly approve of Obama now is at 30%, and people who disapprove is at 39%. Te he he...

Christa - posted on 07/09/2009

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His approval rating is falling country wide. :-) I was watching nightly news tonight and they were doing a whole story about how while he's at the G8 summit, people are really ripping apart his healthcare plan and the stimulus effectiveness. They said he's going to have to do some serious damage control and good ol' Biden is not helping. :-P

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