Gallup is out — and they’re out twice. (interruption) No, no. No, no, no. Earlier today Obama slipped. He was at 48%. When the program started, Obama was at 48% approval. Another Gallup number has just come out and he’s at 46%. So Obama has slipped, and he’s slipped again down to 46% this hour in their daily poll, the daily tracking poll. So the Osama bump, that’s probably in the same place in the sea where Osama is. There was no bump. Look, bumps are exactly that. Bumps are artificial anyway. I wouldn’t want a bump in a poll. “Oh, he did something right? Okay, I’ll approve him for two days, and then ask me next week and I’ll be back.”

This is BS, this whole notion of getting a bump in the polls — and, of course, it’s the media that wants the bump so they can report it, but you live by the bump you die by the bump because the bump’s eventually gonna go away, and the bump has gone away, and there’s the Bamster now down to 46% — and is in deep doo-doo. I’m telling you, he’s in deep doo-doo. Not only that poll, this is also Gallup: 47-19%, persons say they would want their member of Congress to vote against raising the debt ceiling. We had this last Friday. Fifty-seven percent of the country is paying attention to it.

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