Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Obama's foreign policy approval is undergoing a meltdown...

Voters have long disapproved of Obama on economic issues, but he had strength on foreign policy issues. That may now be undergoing a radical change.

Via Politico:
Approval of President Obama’s handling of foreign policy has taken a beating since last month, according to a new NBC/WSJ poll taken after violence erupted last week in Egypt and Libya.
The poll found approval among registered voters dropped to 49 percent, down from from 54 percent a month earlier, NBC’s FirstRead reports. The fall was steeper among independents, going from 53 percent in August to 41 percent. Even support among Republicans dropped eight points — from 19 percent to 10 percent.

1 comment:

Interested Bystander said...


No disrespect intended but if you think the Republican policy would be any better.......

The bottom line is, and NO ONE but Ron Paul says it, we need to get our nose out of the middle east. We should let it be known loud and clear that an assault on Israel is an assault on the United States, but we should keep our nose OUT of all other affairs in the middle east.

Our problem is that we believe we can solve every problem in the world, when in FACT we can not.

There will NEVER be peace between the Muslims and the Jews, and we are arrogant thinking that we can get the two to come to some sort of "agreement".

Simply let the Muslims know that we stand with Israel.

The Foriegn Policy of each of the past 6 Presidents has at best been terrible.

It's time we try and solve the problems here at home, and allow those on the other side of the world decide their own fate.