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    Re: Poll shows high marks for Obama on Tucson, low regard for political dialogue

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Did Obama blame anyone? i've yet to see this yet.
    Did he say Obama blamed anyone?

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    Re: Poll shows high marks for Obama on Tucson, low regard for political dialogue

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    Oh look, and now we see its not actual honesty coming from Dana, but worthless hyperbole. You know you're no better than the people who call Obama a socialist with this kind of crap, right Dan?
    Is this where we are supposed to insert the warning in regards to discussing the issue and not the poster?
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    Re: Poll shows high marks for Obama on Tucson, low regard for political dialogue

    Americans overwhelmingly describe the tone of political discourse in the country as negative, verging on angry, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll,
    GOOD. Great... eeevehn.
    It means people are still pissed off at the direction ObaMarx has driven the country. I hope they stay pissed off too, and let it vent on election day 2012.

    but more than half say the culture did not contribute to the shootings in Tucson that killed six people and wounded 13, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).
    The culture did not contribute to the killings, a full blooded moron contributed to the shootings. Had "the culture" contributed, dare I say we would have had a spree of killings for a long time. Has not happened. Will not happen. Americans haven't acted that way since a bunch of uppity Brits tried to stop the creation of this nation.

    William Ayers, Frau Dohrn and morons like them are not products of American culture... they're misfits and rejects. Of course they get to teach at universities and spread their bile... but American culture they do not represent.

    There will always be idiots with guns, and there will be idiots in positions of power who seek to defame others with the actions taken by idiots... like Sher'f Dumb**** and the journOlists.

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    Re: Poll shows high marks for Obama on Tucson, low regard for political dialogue

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    Who didn't see this thread turning into, "it's Palin's fault"?
    You're not reading it correctly. No one said it was Palin's fault. In fact, Stewart agreed with Palin up and until she did exactly the same thing to others. If you don't see the problem here, I suggest you breath deeply, clear your mind, and try going over it again.

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    Re: Poll shows high marks for Obama on Tucson, low regard for political dialogue

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    Re: Poll shows high marks for Obama on Tucson, low regard for political dialogue

    stewart---LOL!

    jon's just a little too SERIOUS for the most mature members of this forum

    meanwhile, yesterday:

    The honeymoon’s been good for John Boehner and the American public, according to a USA Today/Gallup poll released Tuesday.

    The new House speaker’s favorability rating spiked to 42 percent — or nearly double the 22 percent of respondents who view him unfavorably. The new rating is eight points higher than just after the mid-term election and represents a 15-point jump since earlier in the fall, according to Gallup.

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi isn’t seeing the same fortunes. Her unfavorable ratings have stayed constant at 54 percent, while just 33 percent find her favorable — a bump of four points.

    Just 25 percent of Americans polled find Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) favorable, and 41 percent unfavorable.
    John Boehner gets big poll bump - Jake Sherman and Jonathan Allen - POLITICO.com

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