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What a difference 18 months and an oil spill makes. In January 2009 Barack Obama was hugely popular on this side of the Atlantic, and could have walked on water in the eyes of the British media, the political elites, and the general public. In June 2010 however he probably qualifies as the most despised US president since Nixon among the British people. In fact you can’t open a London paper at this time without reading yet another fiery broadside against a leader who famously boasted of restoring “America’s standing” in the world.
When even Obama’s most ardent political supporters in Britain, including Boris Johnson, are on the offensive against the White House, you know the president’s halo has dramatically slipped. It’s hard to believe that any politician could become more disliked in the UK than Gordon Brown, but Barack Obama is achieving that in spades. And as Janet Daley noted of the British press, the love affair with Barack is well and truly over.
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Talk about a disingenuous thread title. Once again, we see evidence of Wolfpack's difficulty with the truth.
What you should've written was "Right-wing British Obama-hater cites other right-wing British Obama-hater as evidence Britons hate Obama."
Contrary to Pew surveys conducted during President George W. Bush's presidency, the report shows that America's favorability rating in Western Europe is "overwhelmingly positive," according to the survey report, which also says "confidence in Obama to do the right thing in world affairs remains high: 90% express confidence in Germany, 87% in France, 84% in Britain and 69% in Spain."
I appreciate the fact that you are pointing out the slant here, obviously...but It woudl seem that YOUR posting is really taking away from all of us on this board being able to read more from Wolfpark.
Lets close our eyes, and pray together that he contributes more to this thread.