Republican Polling Firm Warns Against Attacks Against Obama

As the presidential race tragically moves forward for republicans, it is evident that they are running out of gas on techniques and strategies to make any of them a genuine frontrunner for America.  They pat each other on the back and look to other republicans to patronize their struggling campaigns.  But to the rest of us, they look like a parade of clowns at the circus with no hopes of ever making it pass the threshold of the White House in any  capacity other than a visitor.

According to, Yahoo! News’ Rachel Rose Hartman “accessed” a private conference call and overheard Republican polling firm vice president Nicholas Thompson, saying that Republicans might wanna take it easy when it comes to attacks against President Obama. The President may not have great polls for performance, but he still has “high approval” personally.

Not only that, the President is coming out squeaky clean in his personal life.  The Republicans, on the other hand, not so much.  And with the President getting a little more gritty lately, they may not want to come up against him once he hits the campaign trail.  Thompson warned that in that area they may want to “exercise some caution.”

Read more on the report here.

-J.C. Brooks

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