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WaPo Columnist: To Make Krauthammer Happy, Obamas May Have to “Just Die”

will_8080 Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 1:40 PM
I wonder if this site is going to explore what looks like a bump in the polls for Barack. Already, Gallup has his approval rating jumping to 52%. And he is +3 over Romney who the country's going to vote for. Even Rasmussen has Obama up +2 and it is only Saturday! The full effect of the convention hasn't been polled yet (Americans LOVED Bill Clinton. He rocked the house). Rasmussen had Obama down 4 points on Monday jumping now 6 points. I wonder if this site is only happy to give poll stats when they benefit Romney. This seems duplicitous..
william4830 Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 2:52 PM
"Americans LOVED Bill Clinton. He rocked the house"-Will NO thrill....Bill Clinton is not running for President.Americans are not as stupid as you are.They know misery when they see it,and it would look like Dear Leader.
Will NO Thrill,I took Statistics at Georgia Tech,My prof told me I could make up anything and make you believe anything with stat's and poll's.The only thing that counts is at the voting booth,and your team is going down.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 1:43 PM
I am going to boo that poll like you guys booed God.

I am pretty sure your convention was a big fail. Even with the liberal press on full spin cycle.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 1:55 PM
"Americans LOVED Bill Clinton. He rocked the house."

Clarity offers qualifier:

I agree, "he rocked it". But to make a blanket statement such as you did is disingenuous. The WOMEN BILL CLINTON RAPED, and sexually harrassed, and abused did not "LOVED" him.
I'll guarantee you that.

Guaranteed.


Got it? Guaranteed.

It’s become commonplace that liberals will scream the GOP is a party full of hateful, divisive people then, in the same breath, proceed to spew hateful, divisive rhetoric. WaPo columnist Colby King provides the latest example of such hypocrisy. The exchange discussing Clinton’s speech on PBS’ Inside Washington between King and fellow panelist Charles Krauthammer went like this:

COLBY KING: I think one of (Bill) Clinton's lines really hit home. The amount of hate that the Republicans have for Barack Obama is just astounding. It's not just political differences, it's really raw, visceral hate. And you hear...