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NBC'S CHUCK TODD WETS HIS PANTS AS OBAMA APPROVAL RATINGS HIT (ANOTHER) ALL-TIME LOW

“OUR POLLSTERS ARE CONCERNED” WHAA! WHAA! WHAAAAAAAA!!!

I would not normally waste time writing about anything that spews forth from the mouth of NBC’s Chuck Todd; he’s a left-wing sock puppet who’s been in the tank for Obama since the beginning. However, on that rare occasion when Todd — or any of his fellow-sock puppet pals — makes a Freudian slip and comes right out and admits his blatant bias, I have an undeniable I-told-you-so-left-wingers urge to point it out – with a big smile on my face.

Such was the case during a segment on NBC’s Nightly News with Brian Williams, when Todd and Williams were lamenting the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, which revealed that Obama’s approval ratings have hit another all-time low.

While discussing the poll’s findings, which indicate just 44% of Americans approve of the president’s performance, Todd made this revealing comment:

“Our pollsters are concerned that’s the kind of numbers you have when the public starts to give up on a president as a problem solver.”

Excuse me, I missed that…did you say your pollsters are concerned? Careful there, Chuckster – your liberal bias is showing. A distraught Todd:

‘Now this has taken a hit on the President politically. 44 % approve of the job he’s doing – an all-time low of his presidency. But a more important number that our pollsters say is whether this is a long-term setback for him or a short-term one? 54 % said long-term. Our pollsters are concerned that’s the kind of numbers you have when the public starts to give up on a president as a problem solver. Look, quite a backdrop being painted for this important week in American politics. The debate tomorrow night, the President’s speech to Congress on Thursday. Here’s what all of them are facing. Mood of the country: 73 % say it’s on the wrong track. That’s three out of four Americans who believe it’s on the wrong track. Why? Obviously, it’s the economy. Listen to this: about three out of four – 72 % – say we have a ways to go before we hit bottom.”

Obviously the “we” of whom Todd speaks refers to the American people, but one can’t help but wonder if — in Todd’s Kool Aid-soaked mind — he’s not thinking of “we” as the Obama Regime. And himself, of course.

Isn’t it just too much fun watching these people panic?