The right-wing spin machine is putting a dent in President Obama’s poll numbers?

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After an RNC memo was sent suggesting Conservative radio & TV talking heads should start hammering the President on rising gas prices – the President’s approval rating has dropped 9 points, from 50% a month ago to just 41% today. But oil experts and economists say there’s very little the President can do in the short-term about rising gas prices.

And considering that oil speculation by banksters on Wall Street and talk of war in Iran are really driving up the price – and Republicans in Congress are the ones blocking Wall Street reforms and shouting about Iran – they're the ones to point to for causing rising gas prices.

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Maybe it's due to his "Romney-esque" serial flip-flopping on important issues.

It doesn't take a lot of deep thinking to realize just how phony this system has become.

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So, where does deep thinking take you? This is grade school stuff.

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