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Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sstusick View Post
    jump!
    you've spent over 21 hours of your life in this bump thread.

    how does that make you feel?
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    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Approval Index for Friday continues to show positive reviews for Barack Obama. For the fourth straight day, Obama’s efforts have earned him a +18 rating, up ten points since the night after the election (see trends). The number of voters who say the nation is heading in the right direction and confidence in the War on Terror have also increased.

    But, as consumer confidence remains low, 73% of Americans worry that the federal government itself will run out of money. Just 30% favor a bailout for the auto industry. Still, a majority believes that it’s a good idea for most Americans to invest in the stock market.

    The Presidential Approval Index is calculated by subtracting the number who Strongly Disapprove from the number who Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling the role of President-elect. Rasmussen Reports believes that this is a better measure of public perceptions than the overall approval ratings.

    Currently, 41% of voters nationwide Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling his new role while 23% Strongly Disapprove The number who Strongly Disapprove is down ten percentage points since the night after the election.

    Overall, 58% of voters somewhat or strongly approve of Obama’s performance so far while 38% disapprove. Michelle Obama also receives positive reviews.

    Just some reading material...

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinbr View Post
    bump.
    BUmp

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    I could give a bump
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukjad007
    Backups are usually a good thing unless it's a sewer.

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by lukjad007 View Post
    Forget it.
    forget what?
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinbr View Post
    Do you even know how to dream?

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    I do, but I tend to cling to reality.

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sstusick View Post
    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Approval Index for Friday continues to show positive reviews for Barack Obama. For the fourth straight day, Obama’s efforts have earned him a +18 rating, up ten points since the night after the election (see trends). The number of voters who say the nation is heading in the right direction and confidence in the War on Terror have also increased.

    But, as consumer confidence remains low, 73% of Americans worry that the federal government itself will run out of money. Just 30% favor a bailout for the auto industry. Still, a majority believes that it’s a good idea for most Americans to invest in the stock market.

    The Presidential Approval Index is calculated by subtracting the number who Strongly Disapprove from the number who Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling the role of President-elect. Rasmussen Reports believes that this is a better measure of public perceptions than the overall approval ratings.

    Currently, 41% of voters nationwide Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling his new role while 23% Strongly Disapprove The number who Strongly Disapprove is down ten percentage points since the night after the election.

    Overall, 58% of voters somewhat or strongly approve of Obama’s performance so far while 38% disapprove. Michelle Obama also receives positive reviews.

    Just some reading material...

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    I'll bump to that.
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sstusick View Post
    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Approval Index for Friday continues to show positive reviews for Barack Obama. For the fourth straight day, Obama’s efforts have earned him a +18 rating, up ten points since the night after the election (see trends). The number of voters who say the nation is heading in the right direction and confidence in the War on Terror have also increased.

    But, as consumer confidence remains low, 73% of Americans worry that the federal government itself will run out of money. Just 30% favor a bailout for the auto industry. Still, a majority believes that it’s a good idea for most Americans to invest in the stock market.

    The Presidential Approval Index is calculated by subtracting the number who Strongly Disapprove from the number who Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling the role of President-elect. Rasmussen Reports believes that this is a better measure of public perceptions than the overall approval ratings.

    Currently, 41% of voters nationwide Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling his new role while 23% Strongly Disapprove The number who Strongly Disapprove is down ten percentage points since the night after the election.

    Overall, 58% of voters somewhat or strongly approve of Obama’s performance so far while 38% disapprove. Michelle Obama also receives positive reviews.

    Just some reading material...

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    No reading, more bumping - 24K by 4pm CST!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukjad007
    Backups are usually a good thing unless it's a sewer.

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    hump

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sstusick View Post
    I do, but I tend to cling to reality.
    reality bites.
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinbr View Post
    No reading, more bumping - 24K by 4pm CST!!!


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