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Obama’s ratings are about as constant as the markets.

May 1, 2009

*tear* I thought they all LOVED me! *tear*

Obama’s ratings slide: press conference down 29%
<a href=”; target=”_blank”Article: LiveFeed

Audience interest in Barack Obama’s news conferences seems to be falling, with Wednesday’s press event drawing the president’s smallest primetime audience since his inauguration.

The telecast to mark Obama’s 100th day in office was viewed by 28.8 million people, according to Nielsen. That’s a 29% drop from the president’s last press conference, on March 24, and a 42% fall since his first, on Feb. 9.

Ten networks carried the telecast, which is one less than last time since Fox elected to run its detective drama Lie to Me (7.8 million, 2.3 national adults 18-49 rating) instead. Airing its regular entertainment programming saved Fox ad dollars but didn’t help the show much. Lie pulled the same rating it did last week. Yet, like last week, it won the 8 p.m. hour.

Here’s the president’s last three primetime news events:

Feb: 9: 49.5 million
March 24: 40.4 million
April 29: 28.8 million

Sorry, Chancellor Obama. People are starting to see right through you and your bullshit. Who wants to watch a moron stutter and fumble over words while reaching out for any vague response to questions for an hour? Only 28.8 million retards.

Yeah, it starts.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 1, 2009 2:25 pm

    How is it possible that the American people are catching onto this charade? The mainstream media is still very hard at work anointing BO and ignoring anything unflattering… I don’t get it!

    • May 1, 2009 2:39 pm

      Perhaps, and this is just my guess, people are seeing how much of a negative effect Chancellor Obama is having on America and they’re starting to educate themselves…. rather than staring at the idiot box absorbing everything it spews at them.

      You can’t keep making empty promises to the masses (even the incredibly ignorant) forever!

      Besides – he never says anything new. You’ve seen one of Obama’s “speeches” you’ve seen them all. A glimmer of hope!

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