December 15, 2010

Poll Watch: NBC News/Wall Street Journal 2012 Presidential Survey

NBC News/Wall Street Journal 2012 Presidential Survey

  • Barack Obama 47%
  • Mitt Romney 40%
  • Barack Obama 47%
  • John Thune 27%
  • Barack Obama 55%
  • Sarah Palin 33%

Now I’m going to read you the names of several public figures, and I’d like you to rate your feelings toward each one as very positive, somewhat positive, neutral, somewhat negative, or very negative. If you don’t know the name, please just say so.

Barack Obama

  • Very positive 25%
  • Somewhat positive 23%
  • Neutral 14%
  • Somewhat negative 14%
  • Very negative 24%
  • Don’t know name/Not sure 0%

Mitt Romney

  • Very positive 10%
  • Somewhat positive 18%
  • Neutral 30%
  • Somewhat negative 10%
  • Very negative 10%
  • Don’t know name/Not sure 22%

John Thune

  • Very positive 2%
  • Somewhat positive 3%
  • Neutral 13%
  • Somewhat negative 4%
  • Very negative 3%
  • Don’t know name/Not sure 76%

Sarah Palin

  • Very positive 13%
  • Somewhat positive 15%
  • Neutral 20%
  • Somewhat negative 16%
  • Very negative 34%
  • Don’t know name/Not sure 2%

In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job that Barack Obama is doing as president?

  • Approve 45%
  • Disapprove 48%

Do you generally approve or disapprove of the job that Barack Obama is doing in handling the economy?

  • Approve 42%
  • Disapprove 54%

Which ONE of the following statements best describes your feelings toward Barack Obama?

  • Like personally and approve most policies 37%
  • Like personally but disapprove of many policies 35%
  • Don’t like personally, approve most of policies 4%
  • Don’t like personally, disapprove many policies 21%

As you may know, recently President Obama announced an agreement with the Republican leadership in Congress to accept a continuation for two years of the Bush tax cuts for all taxpayers, including those with incomes over $250,000. In exchange, the Republican leadership in Congress is accepting an extension on unemployment benefits for another year and a two percent reduction of Social Security payroll taxes for all taxpayers for one year. Do you approve or disapprove of this agreement?

  • Approve 59%
  • Disapprove 36%

When it comes to this agreement, do you think President Obama gave up too much, that the Republican leadership in Congress gave up too much — or that it is a fair compromise on both sides?

  • President Obama gave up too much 23%
  • Republican leadership gave up too much 10%
  • Fair compromise on both sides 61%

Survey of 1,000 adults was conducted December 9-13, 2010. The margin of error is +/- 3.1 percentage points.

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62 Responses to “Poll Watch: NBC News/Wall Street Journal 2012 Presidential Survey”

  1. Craig Says:

    2012 Presidential Survey

    Barack Obama 47%
    Mitt Romney 40%

    Barack Obama 55%
    Sarah Palin 33%

    ===

    Mitt and Sarah kinda free fallin’.

  2. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    Free falling is a lazy assumption to make in a poll of 1,00 ADULTS.

    For a Messiah to lead by only 7pts over a person 30% are nuetral about, is not good.

    The margin would be a lot closer had NBC used Registered or Likely Voters.

    Sorry Craig, but your snark won’t sell up in here. Not up in here! (h/t The Hangover)

  3. Jonathan Says:

    Substitute Thune for “generic Republican” because I’d bet money that’s essentially what he’s polled as. What’s amazing to me is that Senator Generic Republican polls much better than Palin.

    Palin simply, utterly, completely cannot win a general election. Her numbers are just too toxic.

  4. Craig Says:

    Doug,

    You can bury your head if it makes you feel better but it is what it is in two different polls today;

    Romney is trailing by SEVEN in both.

    And Palin is trailing by huge double digits in both.

    Gotta do better.

  5. Craig Says:

    Jon,

    She knows it but still wants to single handedly take out Obama.

    I admire her determination (who doesn’t?) and she surely has a very good shot at the nomination compared to Romney. IF Huckabee doesn’t run.

    But she’ll have a difficult time getting past Huck in IA & SC if Mike shows up.

  6. Craig Says:

    When it comes to this agreement, do you think President Obama gave up too much, that the Republican leadership in Congress gave up too much — or that it is a fair compromise on both sides?

    A.Fair compromise on both sides = 61% ..The adults in the room: Huck, T-Paw, Thune, Newt, Christie, Republican Leadership, etc etc…

    B. Pres. Obama gave up too much = 23% ..MSNBC whiners & Kos kids

    C. Repub. leadership gave up too much = 10% ..The extreme wing of the Tea Party plus Palin & Romney

  7. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    The head is not not buried my friend. It’s just not whipping around like yours, trying to spin, explain, theorize and expalin every tick up/down in the polls. Your cut & paste fingers must be numb.

  8. Craig Says:

    Doug NYC GOP Says:
    December 15th, 2010 at 10:03 pm
    “The head is not not buried my friend.’

    ===

    So you admit it!!!

  9. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    BTW, Since the fall election season, with all the time spent ripping Mitt on ObamaCare and his role in HC, his Very Negative number has dropped 10 Points and his combined positives are up 8 pts.

    All this while working under the radar.

    He still has a lot of potential with 30% neutral.

    Not to shabby for the pre-season.

  10. Craig Says:

    “All this while working under the radar.’

    ===

    I don’t blame Romney for hiding.

  11. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    #10 — Cute.

  12. TEX Says:

    “Palin simply, utterly, completely cannot win a general election. Her numbers are just too toxic”.
    ==========================================================================

    Sarah Palin will completely and easily
    win the nomination.

    First things FIRST !!!

    And then Sarahcuda will beat Chicago
    South Side community organizer like a drum !

  13. TEX Says:

    This poll is outlier,push poll crap.

    All pols show Palin behind Obama
    from 6 to 12 points.

  14. Aron Goldman Says:

    PPP: Summing up our 2012 polls to date

    Over the last month we’ve polled on the 2012 Presidential race in eight swing states- Montana, Virginia, North Carolina, Missouri, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Ohio.

    Barack Obama won those places by an average of 6 points in 2008, a margin pretty similar to what he earned in the national popular vote that year. Our polls have found wide disparities so far in how the different Republican contenders do against Obama in these states:

    -Mitt Romney does the best, trailing Obama by an average of less than 1%. He fares better than John McCain did in all 8 of the states. His most striking results are in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Obama won all of those places by double digits in 2008 but leads Romney by 5 points or less in each of them. It looks like Romney is the GOP’s best hope at this point for being competitive in the Midwest.

    -Mike Huckabee does the next best, trailing Obama by an average of just under 2%. He improves upon John McCain’s performance in all of the states except for Minnesota, where he matches it. The most eye catching thing in Huckabee’s numbers is that he wins comfortably in Montana (by 10) and Missouri (by 7) where McCain just barely won in 2008 as well as flipping North Carolina (where he leads by 4) back into the GOP column.

    -Newt Gingrich does about the same as McCain did in these eight states, trailing by an average of 6.5%. In three of the states (Wisconsin, Michigan, and Missouri) he does better than McCain did, in three of them (Ohio, Minnesota, Virginia) he does worse, and in two of them (North Carolina and Montana) he does the same. At this point if Gingrich was the nominee the electoral map would look basically identical to 2008.

    -Sarah Palin is the only one of the Republicans who fares a good deal worse than John McCain did across these eight states, trailing by an average of just under 10 points. In 6 of the 8 states Obama’s performance is better against Palin than it was in 2008 and in just two of them (Wisconsin and Montana) does Palin match McCain’s performance. There aren’t any states where she does better than he did. The Palin numbers are most striking in North Carolina where a small victory for Obama in 2008 is a much more comfortable lead for him against Palin, and in Missouri where Obama narrowly lost against McCain but leads Palin by a wider margin.

    Taken as a whole these numbers show that if the election was today:

    -Romney or Huckabee as a nominee would lead to something pretty close to a toss up race, with perhaps the narrowest of advantages for Obama.

    -Gingrich as the nominee would lead to a race very similar to 2008.

    -Palin as the nominee would lead Obama to a wider victory margin and allow him to pick up at least one state where he fell short the last time around.

  15. Max Twain Says:

    A poll of adults(least accurate model), with a 10% Dem advantage, and Craig’s brain concludes: free falling.

    Wow, just…..wow.

  16. Max Twain Says:

    “Mitt Romney does the best”

    Even Craig’s beloved Kos kids can’t help him.

  17. Max Twain Says:

    Craig says Romney is hiding because he doesn’t host a silly talk show where he deep-fries turkeys and makes a fool of himself on the guitar.

  18. Max Twain Says:

    And just for the sake of score keeping, Craig is now aligning with NBC, Politico, and the Daily Kos, due to they being the #1 boosters of Benny Hinn-impersonator, Mike Huckabee.

  19. TEX Says:

    Craig,

    From everything I see and know
    Sarah Palin is proceeding to lay
    ground to run.

    On Friday she will appear on LSM
    ABC GMA.Clear sign that she’s beginning
    to appeal to others than conservatives.
    She got conservatives in her little hand,
    already.

    I really don’t know where Huckabee is.
    Too many times he sounds negative about
    running.

    The latest,he said he will help Jeb Bush
    if he runs.

    That clearly means that Huck puts Bush
    above himself.I’m angry about that.
    I don’t think any Bush is better than him.
    Total disappointment.

    Sarah Palin will say that about Reagan,
    but surely not about any politician in
    today’s America.

  20. Craig Says:

    -Mitt Romney does the best, trailing Obama by an average of less than 1%.

    -Mike Huckabee does the next best, trailing Obama by an average of just under 2%.

    ====

    Maxosaur,

    Now who has the best shot at the nomination? ;)

  21. Craig Says:

    TODAY:
    Politico/Penn Schoen Berland 2012 Political Survey

    Barack Obama 40%
    Mitt Romney 33%

    ====

    Hey, it’s the same NEGATIVE SEVEN for Maxosaur’s boy as this poll. :)!!!

  22. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    That Polico Poll is worthless. you do you tattered cred no favors by citing it.

  23. TEX Says:

    “Taken as a whole these numbers show that if the election was today:

    -Romney or Huckabee as a nominee would lead to something pretty close to a toss up race, with perhaps the narrowest of advantages for Obama.

    -Gingrich as the nominee would lead to a race very similar to 2008.

    -Palin as the nominee would lead Obama to a wider victory margin and allow him to pick up at least one state where he fell short the last time around”.
    ===========================================================================

    Maybe,but the key word is “IF TODAY”.

    Well,it’s NOT today!There is two full years
    until election.

    In Dec. 1978 Carter was 57 to Reagan”s 35.
    Carter was up in Reagan’s home state of
    California by 19 points.

  24. Craig Says:

    TEX,

    I just want Sarah at those first three debates in Simi Valley, SC & NH calling Romney out on his positions. Shouldn’t be that hard with Thune, T-Paw, and Newt backing her up.

    Huck’s NOT getting in till the Des Moines debate so it’s up to Sarahcuda to do her thing and make her move.

    I wish her the best (till August.)

  25. Craig Says:

    Did Max run off? I was just kidding around with the dinosaur wordplay.

    Come back, Max? How’s those new rankings coming? Huck still 8th? ;)

  26. Craig Says:

    TEX,

    After August, I wish her 2nd best. :)

  27. TEX Says:

    Craig,

    Sarah Palin will officially declare
    her candidacy as late as possible.

    IMO,it will be later than next August.
    She can afford to jump in the very last.

  28. Aron Goldman Says:

    Health mandate cases to loom over 2012 Romney run

    Republican Mitt Romney is finding it hard to avoid comparisons between the Massachusetts health insurance mandate he signed into law and the federal version enacted by President Barack Obama as he weighs another presidential run.

    A federal judge struck down the Obama mandate this week, and appeals of that ruling and other court challenges are likely to wend their way to the Supreme Court during the next two years, legal experts say.

    The issue also is the focus of conservative talk-show chatter, and the similarity in the plans is already being highlighted by some of Romney’s likely 2012 Republican rivals and even Obama himself.

    In addition, the Internal Revenue Service just underscored the connection between the two: It hired the Massachusetts revenue department official charged with enforcing the state law to help federal officials enact the national mandate when it takes effect in 2014.

    “It’s clear that he backed a precursor of the Obama health care program, and he can’t run against it no matter what distinctions he makes,” said Jeffrey Berry, a Tufts University political science professor.

    Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a likely candidate planning a book tour to Iowa and New Hampshire after he leaves office next month, twice rejected suggestions for a similar state mandate and has joined in challenges to the federal mandate. Now he’s among those poking at Romney.

    “I think it’s a problem for him in Republican primaries,” said Berry. “Romney’s thought at the time was everybody had to have skin in the game, and that mandate goes against classic conservative thought, which espouses freedom above all else.”

    The state universal health care law Romney signed in 2006 while Massachusetts governor required state residents to get private or government health insurance by 2007, and punished individuals and employers who did not with penalties now exceeding $1,000 per person annually.

  29. Craig Says:

    Well, if she waits till Fall or Winter like Fast Freddy Thompson, that would be something.

    On the other hand, Mike WILL be in the August Des Moines debate.

    IOWANS hate to be dissed. I was there last time. Those folks love all the attention. And Huck’s the undisputed master of “Retail” politicking.

  30. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    I like how Craig is positioning Palin to do Huck’s dirty work. Surely he could announce early and raise boat loads of cash, seeing how popular he is. He shouldn’t have to rely on a girl to fight his battles for him.

  31. Craig Says:

    Way to go, Timmy Pawlenty!!!!

  32. Craig Says:

    Doug,

    Are you new to politics? Just curious. It’s ok if you are. : )

  33. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    #28 – We can always count on Glenn Johnson to be lurking about, tossing out trifles like that.

  34. Craig Says:

    “In addition, the Internal Revenue Service just underscored the connection between the two: It hired the Massachusetts revenue department official charged with enforcing the state law to help federal officials enact the national mandate when it takes effect in 2014.”
    ==
    Uh-oh.

    “It’s clear that he backed a precursor of the Obama health care program, and he can’t run against it no matter what distinctions he makes,” said Jeffrey Berry, a Tufts University political science professor.
    ==
    Ouch!

    “Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a likely candidate planning a book tour to Iowa and New Hampshire after he leaves office next month, twice rejected suggestions for a similar state mandate and has joined in challenges to the federal mandate. Now he’s among those poking at Romney.”
    ==
    Get in line, T-Paw :)

  35. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    #32 – Nope. Nor am I new at dealing with condescending “Know-It-All” wannabes.

    Since HC is such an albatross for Romney, why have his numbers been going up.

    Do you have a Cut & Paste answer for that someplace?

  36. Craig Says:

    Double seven point losses today for Willard is NOT the definition of going up.

    But thanks for playing, Doug. :)

  37. Dave Gaultier Says:

    I’ve been meaning to write a piece on this, but I actually think that Palin may be in better shape than the numbers suggest given that a lot of her opposition is probably very soft. Palin’s horrible numbers are due to the broad-based assumption that she’s not up to the job of POTUS. This is likely a sentiment that cuts across all demographic groups, with the possible exception of lower middle class whites. The thing is, because her negatives are due to one specific, and falsifiable, sentiment within the electorate, one could conceive of a scenario where Palin did indeed “pull a Reagan” and come out with a specific set of policies that she wants to enact, and where she used the debates to prove that she actually understood at least the big picture aspects of those policies. It may actually be easier to make a comeback from Palin’s position that from a position where, say, an entire wing of the GOP hates you because of an easily documented past position or past statement.

  38. TEX Says:

    Craig,

    Sarah Palin is a Super Star,Freddy Thompson
    is slow,no energy,very tired,mumbling has been.

  39. Craig Says:

    WALL STREET JOURNAL:
    Barack Obama 47%
    Mitt Romney 40%

    POLITICO:
    Barack Obama 40%
    Mitt Romney 33%

  40. Craig Says:

    That’s for sure, TEX.

    But I’d like her in before Christmas! ;)

  41. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    #36- Proving my point about your cred. Your little boy-school yard tone speaks volumes about you.

    I did notice you glossed ovr Huck’s poor showing in the PPP Wisconson poll today both in the Head to head and favorables. (http://publicpolicypolling.blogspot.com/2010/12/obama-leads-in-wisconsin.html)

    You like to change the subject of Hucky ASAP. Same cheeseball MO you used when his ample butt was kicked in the May SC.

    But that’s why we like you…your the bratty little brother everyone loves to push around.

  42. Aron Goldman Says:

    Florida’s GOP may replace troublesome early presidential primary with straw poll

    Look out Iowa, South Carolina and New Hampshire. Republicans in the nation’s biggest swing state are preparing to weigh in on their party’s presidential nominee as early as fall 2011.

    The concept: a non-binding Florida straw poll at a massive event billed as “Presidency V,” which would also feature a nationally televised presidential debate. The plan, still in its infancy, enjoyed wide support from Republican Party of Florida leaders at its quarterly meeting last weekend.

    “It’s good for the state, good for the party and will give a real boost to the candidates,” said Sen. John Thrasher, a St. Augustine Republican and chairman of the state party.

    But, more important for the Republican grassroots, the straw poll would make it easier to undo a thorny problem of the Republican-led Legislature’s making: the early January 2012 primary election, which would penalize Florida Republicans at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

    Under national party rules, any state with an early primary like Florida’s would lose half its delegates at the convention.

    The response from Republicans like incoming U.S. Rep. David Rivera: So what?

    Rivera, a Miami Republican who helped make Florida an early primary state when he was a state legislator in 2007, said the delegates and the votes they cast for the nominee at the convention are ceremonious. But, he said, an early primary showcases the state and underscores its importance. Republicans can’t win the White House without winning Florida.

    “What’s important is that Florida should have a real voice,” Rivera said.

    Republican legislators are split over the idea of an early primary, but opponents say they hope the idea of a noncontroversial straw poll will entice legislators to move the 2012 primary to April — after smaller states like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada hold their primaries and caucuses without facing penalties.

    Party leaders say the last time they held a straw poll, in 1995, it was a success, with 3,000 delegates taking part from the 67 counties.

    Though the details haven’t been worked out, the straw poll would likely resemble the Iowa caucus. Party leaders still need to discuss the concept more before deciding on the rules of the straw poll and the venue of Presidency V, which would likely be held in Orlando.

    The candidates for Republican Party of Florida chair all support a straw poll, but differ over the early primary.

  43. Dave Says:

    The idea of Florida going in the Fall next year is pretty audacious. I’m confident about how the state will go, since Mitt has won every poll taken in Florida during the last year. And since it’s a nonbinding straw poll, it’s not going to lead to any punishment from the Party.

    Brilliant!

  44. Adam Says:

    I wouldn’t be too confident that Romney wins FL. Romney was ahead in all the Iowa polling in 2007 – until he wasn’t anymore.

    Plus, all of the latest state polling shows Romney slipping. The simple truth is that if Romney is really even with Huckabee in Michigan he probably is not very well-positioned in Florida.

    We’ll see.

  45. Adam Says:

    It may actually be easier to make a comeback from Palin’s position that from a position where, say, an entire wing of the GOP hates you because of an easily documented past position or past statement.

    Palin supported TARP. Lucky for her, the base won’t care. Two years as governor before taking her ball and going home? C’est la vie. Gosh it’s cool that a chick in a skirt can fire a rifle. Amazing how shallow some Republican men can be – but whatever.

    Anyway I think you’re right. She can more easily bounce back. The base is far more forgiving if they already like you.

    Romney is in real trouble with this MassCare business though. It’s never going to go away.

  46. Craig Says:

    This year Romney’s gone from a 34 point lead to a 8 points to 6.

    Yeah, that’s working out just fine with a MOE of 5.9 last time.

    Looks like PPP plans to do one more Florida this week to end the year…

    Cross your fingers, Dave/Max/Doug ;)

  47. Craig Says:

    Adam Says:
    December 16th, 2010 at 2:49 am
    “Anyway I think you’re right. She can more easily bounce back. The base is far more forgiving if they already like you.

    Romney is in real trouble with this MassCare business though. It’s never going to go away.”

    ====

    Both points absolutely true, Adam. High base favorables are like money in the bank. Lower base support gives you nowhere to go but down in a big field.

    On that Palin for TARP problem, she’s backpedaled into a non-Tarper pretty quickly (“who me? I was just agreeing with McCain after getting misled”) BUT I could see Huck bringing it up in a debate in a flash if, let’s say Thune gets any traction whatsoever (which I doubt) or Romney gets within 5 points late in either IA or SC. Then if it’s brought up, it indicts
    3 (Mitt, Sarah, Thune) in one brush stroke without having to call out just one specifically.

  48. Craig Says:

    “Party leaders say the last time they held a straw poll, in 1995, it was a success, with 3,000 delegates taking part from the 67 counties. Though the details haven’t been worked out, the straw poll would likely resemble the Iowa caucus.”

    “to move the 2012 primary to April”
    ===

    One more thing about Florida… An early straw poll is a great idea and a good opportunity to gauge where we’re all at and what needs to be focused on. Shoot, I may even go help out!

    Huck and his supporters do well in that type of format while going one on one with every undecided delegate.

    And a decision to move the Florida primary to April enabling maximum momentum to be built up by then is a godsend.

  49. Craig Says:

    “PPP Wisconson poll today both in the Head to head and favorables.” – Doug

    ===

    I already commented on that thread. We were talking national polling on this thread. Try a little harder to keep up, Doug. ;)

  50. Craig Says:

    And, Doug…

    Why are you bringing up an SC poll from way back in May? The very recent NC polls where Huck is dominating have more relevance than a SEVEN month old out of date survey where all four candidates were bunched together with about a 4 MOE. But if that’s the best you can do, you will really be amazed at the next SC polls that have Huck on top.

  51. Jerald Says:

    Since they left out Huckabee, this thing is mostly useless…

  52. Granny T Says:

    I agree with Jerald. I do not understand how they can do polls without including at least all four of the top tier candidates. When they leave one or more out it makes it appear as though they are afraid of the results.

  53. Aron Goldman Says:

    Sarah Palin goes ‘lamestream’

  54. Aron Goldman Says:

    Palin warming to “lamestream” media?
    by John Anzalone, Democratic consultant, Anzalone Liszt Research

    The reality is that nothing less than a Ph.D. in public policy will change the views Americans hold of Palin. Voters’ views of Palin are set in stone. The concrete is settled and no amount of beefed-up attention to the mainstream media is going to change that 70% of Americans don’t think she is qualified to be president. She is now an entertainer posing as a politician. The joke is on the press for continuing to give her so much coverage even though they know she will never be president and most Americans dislike her.

  55. Craig Says:

    Granny T,

    They are.

  56. Dave Says:

    Jerald,

    The reason this poll is “mostly useless” is because it’s a poll of 1000 adults. How many of those adults are even registered to vote? How many are even legal citizens?

    Thune is a stand-in for “generic Republican” since your average adult has never heard of him. They’ve heard of Romney and Palin, and note that even in this “mostly useless” poll, Mitt holds Obama below the 50% threshold, which, this far out from an actual election, signifies an incumbent is in real trouble.

    If this was a poll of “likely voters”, Mitt would have come out on top.

  57. TEX Says:

    Republicans,especially conservatives of all stripes,
    love Sarah Palin.

    Even moderate Republicans,according
    to several states polls that she lately won,are
    worming up to her.

    First thing FIRST.The nomination!She has no problem
    there.

    Tomorrow,Sarah will appear on LSM ABC GMA.
    She’s already thinking about general election,and she
    has two years,more than enough time,to catch and pass
    Chicago South Side community organizer in numbers.

  58. Craig Says:

    That reminds me. Huck will be on The Daily Show tonight.

    Also part of the liberal lame streeters. ;)

  59. Frozone Says:

    So, Romney trails Obama by 7, but is not actively campaigning, has no TV show, and has a 30% neutral rating? Whereas everyone else is in the 24/7 cycle, but trails much further behind. What’s the problem here? Wait till he kicks it into campaign mode, and then I’ll be worried about these polls. Until then, it’s all just meaningless.

    I do agree, though, that for Obama to be only 7 ahead of the one Rebublican that is lying low is not a good omen (for him, great for America).

  60. Frozone Says:

    I know many conservative republicans that don’t hate Sarah Palin, but don’t love her either. They are more interested in competence this time around. All of the Republicans are more competent than Obama and his feckless administration. The circular firing squad mentality that exists on this site won’t help our cause post primary season.

  61. TEX Says:

    Frozone

    “They are more interested in competence this time around. All of the Republicans are more competent than Obama and his feckless administration. The circular firing squad mentality that exists on this site won’t help our cause post primary season”.
    ===================================================================================================

    You come on this site,and first thing you do
    is insult Governor Palin by repeating Libs
    and corrupt GOP RINOs establishment(hiding
    behind skirts)talking points.

    Sarah Palin has accomplished far more in 2.5
    years as Governor of Alaska,than any other
    Governor in one or two terms,thanks to her
    superb competency,spine of steel and character
    unparalleled since the Gipper.

    Sarah Palin is under vile and vicious attacks
    24/7 for over two years,from Libs,LSM and
    spineless,cowardly GOP establishment.

    Let’s see the numbers of the rest of the candidates
    when the primaries start.When they are under attacks
    for the various albatrosses around their necks.

    Then,and only then we can have fare comparison who
    is who.

  62. Doug NYC GOP Says:

    #50 – Craig – go back and re-read my comment to figure out why I referenced SC May poll. It’s a pretty straight forward comment, so even you should be able grasp it.

    How’s that Cap & Trade support issue workin’ for ya?

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