Tuesday, April 7, 2015

GOP Hatred Loses More Ground - President Obama Named "Most Admired Man in the World"

They call him a Kenyan Muslim Socialist Marxist Communist Dictator.  The lies and disrespect they’ve spread about him are unprecedented of any other President in history.
All the while, his approval ratings grow.  He smirks and shrugs it off while his policies and actions continue to help our country out of the hole created by his predecessor.
He is the President of the United States of America, and whether they like it or not, he is admired and respected by more people in this country than any other man, for the seventh year in a row.
Gallup released its annual poll of who Americans admire most, and President Obama topped the list.  While the sitting President typically gets the nod for the most admired man, Obama’s reign in the top spot is especially significant when you consider how far the right has gone to discredit his every move, obstruct his entire agenda and disrespect him and his family over the dumbest of non-issues.
Obama has appeared on the top 10 list each year since 2006, including ranking No. 1 in each of the last seven years, all by healthy margins over the second-place finisher. The incumbent president is nearly always the winner of the most admired distinction, having placed first in all but 12 of the 68 years the question has been asked.
Democrats and Democratic leaners widely choose Hillary Clinton (20%) and Barack Obama (33%) as the most admired woman and man, respectively. Not unexpectedly, Republicans and Republican leaners are much less likely to name either as their most admired. In fact, former Secretary of State Rice edges out Winfrey and Clinton as the most admired woman among Republicans. Obama and Pope Francis tie as the most admired man among Republicans, at 8%.
Republicans’ and Democrats’ top five most admired women include both Clinton and Winfrey, and their top five most admired men include both the president and the pope. Beyond these, their choices differ.


  1. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/06/stray-bullet-hits-boy-8-in-los-angeles_n_7012986.html

    1. Not getting it Anon. How is this germane to the topic?

    2. My mistake. I wasn't supposed to post that one.

  2. I’m just trying to get a feel for what you consider “Obama hate” these days. Republicans surveyed ranked Obama as their most admired man- but what, because he was tied with the Pope, this is an example of “Obama hate” to you? Or is it because he scored more points with the Democrats (go figure) that makes it “hate”? Can we just as easily call this “Pope hate” by liberals, since he came in second by a wide magin?