Why occupy Oval Office's Approval Numbers Aren't Lower

By | December 16, 2011

Many rightfully question why the approval numbers for the current White House occupant, hereafter referred to as occupy Oval Office, are not lower. How could such a proven incompetent’s numbers remain higher than the low thirties?

The answer is simple if you know how to read the tea leaves. Submitted for your review are important factors:

The only thing the “stimulus” did was redistribute wealth borrowed from China to broke, fiscally irresponsible States so they could continue to fund unsustainable public employee union contracts, and to the pockets of occupy Oval Office’s “green jobs” political cronies. In these ways, the “stimulus” worked magnificently for those in academia, the “progressive” Party, the “progressive” Party Pravda and Hollywood’s self imagined, self appointed curators of America’s conscience. Therein reside the last vestiges of those remaining sympathetic to the patently un-American Socialist cause.

The reason people in America aren’t outraged by multiple terrorist attacks on America over the past three years is because occupy Oval Office lies through their teeth about the nature of the attacks, and the “progressive” Party Pravda repeats their lies on the nightly “news”.

Ft Hood was “workplace violence”? An Islamofascist shouting “allah akbar” before opening up a two fisted automatic weapon slaughter of America’s military isn’t a terrorist attack? To believe this narrative requires a superhuman ability to suspend disbelief, a quality found in abundance among “progressives”.

When you look at the reasons through an American lens, it’s easy to understand where the problems lie. With “progressives”.

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