Friday, February 12, 2010

Bad Politicians Bad 02-12

RealClearPolitics Poll Averages

Quinnipiac: Obama down to 45%

NYT/CBS Poll: 46 Percent Approval for Obama

Poll: 8 percent support incumbents AND Few Americans Want Members of Congress Re-Elected, Poll Finds

Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians for 2009

Midterm Election Challenges for Both Parties. Obama's Ratings Are Flat, Wall Street's Are Abysmal

Obama's Approval As Chilly As the Weather

Don't get cocky - We won showdown with President Obama

Dem Sen. Rockefeller On Obama: "He's Beginning To Be Not Believable To Me Video

Holder Must Go - More Smoke in the Black Panther Case AND Black Panther-judgeship nexus. Rewarding a non-investigation with a seat on the bench

The end of the era of Congressional dinosaurs AND my thoughts here - Good Riddance

The Off-Center President. Obama says he'd settle for a single term—and seems to mean it.

Democrats exiting the sinking ship? Part 21: Rep. Patrick Kennedy

Man Up, Obama, or Make Way for President Palin

PJTV Video (Klavan on the Culture) - President Me! The Musical

Crib Notes Technology Cost Analysis Fantastic diagrams!

Like it or not, the filibuster is here to stay

The Official Unraveling of the Obama Presidency

Blagojevich Pleads No to Corruption He also has a bridge he'd like to sell you.

Obama's Attack Machine—II The White House is deflecting questions about its ugly budget by hammering on Paul Ryan's plan.

Taxing times ahead for Democrats

Senior Obama Official Steers Sole-Source Contracts to Former Business Associates

Senate Confirms 2 Dozen Obama Nominees

The President Takes Charge AND Mukasey Shreds Obama Administration's Legal Claims on Christmas Bomber

Rationalizations by Eric Holder about the Miranda rights of suspected terrorists lack seriousness

OUCH! Obama's Great Achievement (by Peter Kirsanow)
In today's Morning Jolt, Jim Geraghty reviews some of the responses to Joe Biden's assertion that Iraq is one of the great achievements of the Obama administration.

Most of the commentators, including Rush, are astounded. But relatively speaking, the administration's achievement is no more astounding than Bull Connor's passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Kruschev's reunification of Germany, or Jefferson Davis's preservation of the Union.

Consequently, a bit of perspective is in order.

Your Time Is Up, Chuck

Sen. Blanche Lincoln appears to be on her way to earning the dubious title of most vulnerable Senate incumbent of the 2010 cycle.

It's One of Our Worst Political Traditions

The President's Reality Problem

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