It's going to be difficult blaming this one on his two favorite "whipping boys" Bush and FOX. A fitting marquee for his presidential library should read:
(BTW...Ever wonder what in the world they can put in the THE SCANDALDOME which would cast Barry in a favorable light?)
America may have finally woken up but it's to late for Romney. A savvy business man with solid credentials... a Rolls Royce of a candidate. And what did America do? Traded him in for a Yugo.
Next time America, when you elect a president, check their credentials. Electing a president is not American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, or following Justin Bieber on Twitter. Just because Clooney and the rest of Hollywood voted for Barry doesn't mean you have to follow suit. If Hollywood was right why is he now... the WORST president since World War II?
• Sitting president Barack Obama was cited as the worst U.S. president out of the dozen men who have held the position dating back to 1945
• Former Hollywood actor Ronald Reagan ranked first on survey-takers' lists, followed by philandering presidents Bill Clinton and John F. Kennedy
• Americans are so chafed by Obama's leadership that they say the country would be better off with businessman and 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at the helm
By Francesca Chambers
Published: 10:48 EST, 2 July 2014 | Updated: 11:50 EST, 2 July 2014
Americans think sitting President Barack Obama is the nation's worst leader since the last World War, according to a poll released this morning.
A third of Americans singled-out Obama as their least favorite president since 1945 in Quinnipiac University's latest presidential poll, just ahead of George W. Bush, who received 28 percent of the vote.
In a head-to-head match-up between the two most recent presidents, Bush and Obama, Bush narrowly came out the victor, with 40 percent of survey-takers saying he was a better president than Obama and 39 percent saying he was worse.
By a margin of 45 percent to 38 percent, respondents to Quinnipiac's poll said they think the country would be better off if businessman and Republican politician Mitt Romney had been elected president in 2012 instead of Obama.
Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush are by far the most disliked U.S. presidents since 1945
'Over the span of 69 years of American history and 12 presidencies, President Barack Obama finds himself with President George W. Bush at the bottom of the popularity barrel,' Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, said in a statement.
Americans told Quinnipiac the best man to serve as leader of the free world since WWII was former Hollywood actor Ronald Reagan, who held the office of the president for two terms from 1981- 1989.
Reagan took a solid 35 percent of the vote, beating out his closest competitor, Bill Clinton, by 17 points.
Clinton, who was impeached by Congress during his second term for lying about his sexual relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, was selected by 18 percent of the poll's takers as their favorite.
Fellow philandering president John F. Kennedy came in third with 15 percent of the vote.
Miss me yet?:
Americans are starting to think that George W. Bush, pictured here in April, wasn't that bad of a president after all, compared to Obama.
Ronald Reagan is still the most beloved president in modern history. This December 1987 photo was taken while he giving a speech in Washington, D.C.
(Man I sure as hell miss this guy)
Fairweather friends: Even young people, like the ones pictured at Obama's speech yesterday, say they prefer Reagan to Obama
(To f---ing late now morons!)
Obama's favorability ratings were underwater in nearly every issue area Quinnipiac asked voters about except the environment.
The president scored below 50 percent on healthcare, the economy, terrorism and foreign policy.
Respondents were clear about their disapproval of the president's signature law Obamacare. The nays beat out the yeas by 12 points.
Questions about the way Obama was doing his job overall were also met with bad news for the president. A majority, 53 percent, said no, while 40 percent said yes.
Can't say I didn't try to warn you.