What does it say when the entire liberal media champions the 0bama, but his approval rating is so low?
Liberals have control over 90% of all the media yet they just can't seem to fool the people anymore. Does this upset George Soros, and points to a very bad investment on him part?
Asked By: L I B T A R D S R A S S W I P E S - 6/12/2011
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Our President is looking out for the interests of the people in the MIddle East , Asia, South America and Europe... More
Answered By: AverageJoe - 6/12/2011
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Says that they are really lame, and that they will try to spin anything to make it look good for the Bamster.
Answered By: Bryan M - 6/12/2011
I believe your rant is incorrect, since most media is conservative controlled... More
Answered By: Bub - 6/12/2011
I've seen both good and bad reported about Obama by the so called "liberal media". I never once saw Fox give an unfavorable report on Bush, Cheney, Palin, ...........................
Answered By: imfoxygirl - 6/12/2011
Obama's approval rating has hovered around 50% since July 09. If you are seeing different numbers, they are from an inaccurate poll. http://www.pollingreport.com/obama_job.htm
Answered By: Torstein - 6/12/2011
It says nobody is listening to the liberal media. They never did have any credibility.
Answered By: R T - 6/12/2011
You conservatives seem to think that if someone says something outside GOP talking points that they are biased. Keep slapping yourselves on the back; the American people remember that it was your ideas that caused the economic collapse and your lies that got us into these wars and your religious views that have... More
Answered By: noway - 6/12/2011
For the last time, the media isn't liberal.
Answered By: fastheidegger - 6/12/2011
It says that they, like Y!A moderators and liberal report monkeys, are in the tank for Obama no matter what.
Answered By: Dave - 6/12/2011
says they look at reality rather than biased polls.
Answered By: ed e - 6/12/2011
It Means that the Bunch Of Republicans that are Running for President are JOKES.T-Paw still don't know how he Left MN -5 Billion.His Plan for the Fix for the usa Cut money coming in and cut money going out wait Hasn't that Been tried by every Republican since Reagan
Answered By: Fred K - 6/12/2011
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