Can Obama Blame Bush for Crumbling Poll Ratings?

The Rasmussen monthly presidential approval poll reports a steep drop in Obama’s approval rating. “In October, for the third straight month, 39% Strongly Disapproved of the president’s performance. The number who Strongly Approved fell two percentage points to 29%, the president’s lowest full-month total to date. That leads to a Presidential Approval Index rating of -10, also a new low for Obama.
Also in October, the president’s total approval slipped a point to 48%. His total disapproval remained stable at 51%.”

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Last Friday in the Washington Post, Charles Krauthammer wondered, “Is there anything he [Obama] hasn’t blamed George W. Bush for? The economy, global warming, the credit crisis, Middle East stalemate, the deficit, anti-Americanism abroad — everything but swine flu.”

For Barack Obama, his dwindling poll numbers cannot be blamed on George Bush. They are instead, the direct result of Obama’s big-government liberalism.

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