Obama Got to 37% Approval All on His Own

Think of how low it would be if the liberal media wasn’t propping him up.
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Have you seen the CBS News poll for Obama? Thirty-seven percent in the CBS News poll. That is a record low. That is a record low, and they’re just beside themselves in the establishment. They’re beside themselves at CBS News. Now, I’m reminded. I had a call yesterday, we had a call. I forget the guy’s name, a Tea Party guy, and he gave me all kinds of grief for getting all excited about Obama’s plummeting poll numbers. He said, “It doesn’t matter, Rush. No matter what it doesn’t matter because we don’t have the media and no matter what the Democrats are gonna keep winning every election and we’re gonna keep losing because of the media. Until the media changes, nothing else matters and you’re wasting your time getting excited.”

Remember that call? No matter what, there was no way — (interruption) well, no, it’s not that football’s being bullied out of existence, although that may be. It’s being shamed out of existence, is what’s happening to football. Look, just be patient. I’ll get to that in due course. But for now, 37%. We have a couple stories on this. “President Obama’s job approval rating has plunged to the lowest of his presidency, according to a new CBS News poll released Wednesday, and Americans’ approval of the Affordable Care Act has dropped it’s lowest since CBS News started polling on the law. Thirty-seven percent now approve of the job Mr. Obama is doing,” but it doesn’t matter because we don’t have the media. So don’t get all excited about this. It doesn’t matter.



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