77% of Americans Think Obama Won’t Be Remembered as a Great President

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


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Last year, 41 percent of Americans thought that Obama would be remembered as a great president or one of the greatest. This year it’s down to 22 percent.

When Obama began his term, only 8 percent of Americans thought he would be remembered as one of the worst. Last year it was up to 23 percent. This year it’s 28 percent.

Another 16 percent view Obama as below average. 33 percent describe him as average.

When he first started, 19 percent of Americans thought he would be remembered as one of the greatest and 43 percent as great. Last year, 12 percent of Americans thought he would be remembered as one of the greatest. This year it’s down to 6 percent.

These are Obama’s worst scores ever. Even worse than during the midterm elections and the ObamaCare debate.

The dream is dead. The messiah has left the building and in his place is Pajama Boy,

 

  • DogmaelJones1

    It’ll be a sign of real hope when 77 percent of Americans remember him as the country’s most destructive president. That will be true justice.

  • http://oldschooltwentysix.blogspot.com/ oldschooltwentysix

    That picture is priceless for a good chuckle.

    There were some Democrats that saw Obama outside the false light, but they have been drummed out and marginalized for their apostasy.

    • carpe diem 36

      apparently there were too few of them.

  • Crassus

    You all know how the media is. Ten years or so after Obamao is mercifully out of the White House they’ll have built him up so much that many will be considering him a great POTUS. Look at Slick Willie. He’s already considered a rousing success by many thanks to the lionization of the media. People have short memories when it comes to politics.

  • camp7

    Loose pants in a promiscuous term – how appropriate. Getting closer to the truth.

  • Roger Cotton

    Obama is not only the worst president ever, it is Valerie Jarrett’s painting that should be hung in the White House in place of his.

  • Judahlevi

    The wearing pajamas president. Liberals set him up to fail. His ego believed the liberals that he was ready. He was not ready – and they knew it. They were blinded by the color of his skin and trying to prove to the world they weren’t really racists. Anyone who goes to that length to try to prove they are not racist must be one.

  • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

    Obama hopes that everyone will forget about the problems of Obamacare once the Republicans have a chance to put in place their alternative … what is it? Romnycare? Christe-care?

    It’s too bad Republicans don’t know a free market from a free handout because when they do just as badly, Obamacare will be remembered fondly. Sorry to be so negative before Xmas but we libertarians aren’t fooled anymore by the Republican non-alternatives.

    It’s time for a revolutionary change in politics.

    • Crassus

      Why does their have to be a Republican alternative in the first place?

      • Drew

        Probably because the status quo is a dismal failure.

      • carpe diem 36

        have you seen a democratic alternative?

    • Judahlevi

      I don’t buy the argument that Democrats and Republicans are just as evil. Democrats truly believe in socialism, an economy ran by big government. Republicans would try to give the private sector as much of the work as possible.

      Anytime there is a government ran business versus a private sector one, the government hasn’t a chance of being more effective.

      • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

        I wish Republicans would offer a market alternative. All they have to do is say Obamacare should be replaced by a law with one sentence: “All insurance contracts are legal with no regulations or laws restricting the terms of contracts within states and across state boundaries.” This would allow insurance companies to offer unlimited products tailor-made to each individual’s specifications. We could all buy the insurance we want and need.

  • nomoretraitors

    I’ll remember his as great — the greatest threat to this country we’ve ever seen

  • USARetired

    Why would anyone with half a brain remember someone who belongs in Federal Prison!

  • worldwatchman

    Obama who? Wasn’t he the guy who hid his school records and his passport so no one would know he wasn’t even legal to be America’s President? That’s about all I remember about him. Oh yeah…he was a socialist and they say he was gay too. I forgot that. They do say he was disliked a lot. I’d hate to be remembered for this stuff. Whew! Just how did he become President anyway? Anybody remember? No…..it’s okay forget him. No worth the trouble thinking about a loser anyway.

    • carpe diem 36

      this is correct, as when no one who was attending Harvard and graduating in his class remembers him., amazing.