Obama Is Most Polarizing President in History

Among the most preposterous excuses I heard from people so slavishly devoted to moonbattery as to vote for Comrade Obama was the guffaw-inducing claim that this clearly unqualified left-wing extremist would somehow “unite” our center-right country. Unfolding history provides a rebuttal:

The Gallup Poll people delivered an interesting report [Monday]: President Obama was the most polarizing first-year president in history.

The average difference in Obama’s approval ratings between Democrats and Republicans turned out to be 65 percent — the highest first-year gap of any president so measured.

Dems are so heavily invested in this catastrophic farce that 88% of them still support Obama, even as he brings our country crashing down around us. Still more amazingly, a staggering 23% of Republicans approve of the mess he’s made, possibly an indication of gratitude for his having consigned the Democrat Party to the political wilderness for the foreseeable future.

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Look for this gigantic 65-point gap to shrink as his fifth-column terror and economic policies come to fruition, and the Moonbat Messiah’s approval inevitably dives toward zero on both sides of the cultural divide.

Polarizing? Ya think? Via Reaganite Republican.

On a tip from TED. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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