Dumbfounded by poll, Ed Schultz amazed ‘people don’t love Obama’

Ed Schultz on DetroitMSNBC anchor and resident blowhard Ed Schultz cannot fathom why “people don’t love Obama.”

Schultz highlighted a new poll on Friday that showed President Obama with a 45 percent approval rating on handling the economy.

“I just cannot believe this number, a dumbfounded Schultz said. “Seriously.”

It amazes me that people don’t love Obama…It just amazes me he can’t get above 50 percent when it comes to a favorable view of the economy,” he added.

Naturally, the Obama-worshipping Schultz ignores a few economic realities, as noted by Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge.com:

Compared to when [Obama] first took office, a smaller percentage of the working age population is employed, the quality of our jobs has declined substantially and the middle class has been absolutely shredded.

If we are really in the middle of an “economic recovery”, why is the homeownership rate the lowest that it has been in 18 years?  Why has the number of Americans on food stamps increased by nearly 50 percent while Obama has been in the White House?  Why has the national debt gotten more than 6 trillion dollars larger during the Obama era?

Schultz went on to trash Reagan, as reported by Newsbuster: “It was Ronald Reagan who said we’ve got to deregulate Wall Street. It was Ronald Reagan back in the ’60s who campaigned hard against Medicare.”


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