Forecast : Approval Free White House By 2014

Gallup shows Obama’s support dropping linearly, at a rate of about 12%/year.

We thought his support would last for another six years, but it turns out that much of it was rotten and is likely to be completely gone by the the year 2014.

“support is disappearing much faster than our models predicted just a few years ago.”

“In the end, it will all just melt away quite suddenly.”


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9 Responses to Forecast : Approval Free White House By 2014

  1. omnologos says:

    Don’t count the chicken yet… Obama will find it much easier with fewer pesky Democrats to fight against and a great number of angry Republicansto blame for any failure… his election is a long way away and there’s plenty of time for his star to rise again

    • glacierman says:

      Yes, just like Clinton 95 – 96.

      But I love how Steven uses their own absurd words to demonstrate absurdity.
      Keep holding that mirror up.

      • James Sexton says:

        I don’t think those are Steve’s words. I believe he’s poking fun at the “dirty ice” meme that was brought up a few years ago, all at the same time pointing out the decline in B.O.’s approval rating, with a few substitutions in the sentences.

        Go here for a real look at absurdity.

  2. Leon Brozyna says:

    Even if Governor Palin kicks his butt in 2012, we’ll be stuck with him feeding at the public trough for the rest of his life.

    • I wonder what Iran will do to humiliate him the next two years? That was Carter’s downfall, and Obama seems to be following Jimmy’s playbook.

      • MikeTheDenier says:

        Oh, setting off a nuke or two like N. Korea did should do the trick. Maybe, a run on the Iraqi parliment might be in the cards too.

      • Amino says:

        and Obama seems to be following Jimmy’s playbook.

        You mean an empty suit with no answers?

        Maybe he will go to one of his children for advice like Jimmy Carter did.

  3. Amino says:

    Not as bad a Jimmy Carter numbers—yet.

  4. Airframe Eng says:

    Sorry, I think it’s a death spiral.

    Too much arrogance and self importance. Even the Dems say this.

    Too devout the ideology. Clinton was more adaptable.

    But the GOP could easily shoot themselves in the foot if they don’t manage the message properly. No Business as usual.

    Conservatives are looking for bold changes. I think gridlock or flagellation will further inflame them, and 2012 may result in
    a rout that could give them the most control the party has ever had. If so, Haleluiah. Time to flush the BigGuv toilet.

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