Mixed blessing: Pope Francis is more than twice as popular than President Barack Obama.

Pope Francis is more than twice as popular than President Barack Obama, who recorded a personal low 41 percent approval rating this month, and about eight time more popular than Congress, which earned an 11 percent approval rating – including an astonishing 84 percent disapproval rating – in another poll earlier this month.

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Pope Francis gets high ratings from Catholics, according to poll

U.S. Catholics are happier with their church and their pope than they’ve been with either in at least a decade, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll that also finds Pope Francis at least as popular with Catholics today as Pope John Paul II was even at his peak in such surveys.

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Editor’s note: Catholics are also responsible for Obamacare, the election (twice) of Barack Obama, legalized abortion and homosexual marriage. Such are the bitter fruits of fifty years of poor catechesis. May God have mercy on us!

Grade Obama’s First Year in Office

Take the poll yourself and when you submit your grading of how he is handling the top issues, a second page will come up showing you the current results of how America is voting.

Remember, this ain’t FOX doing this. This is mostly people who watch CBS.

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Poll: Americans “confused” about President Obama’s religion.


WASHINGTON – Americans increasingly are convinced — incorrectly — that President Barack Obama is a Muslim, and a growing number are thoroughly confused about his religion.

Nearly one in five people, or 18 percent, said they think Obama is Muslim, up from the 11 percent who said so in March 2009, according to a poll released Thursday. The proportion who correctly say he is a Christian is down to just 34 percent.

The largest share of people, 43 percent, said they don’t know his religion, an increase from the 34 percent who said that in early 2009.

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Editor’s note: When a person’s political ideology trumps everything else, and that ideology is based on Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” … which itself is based on the promotion of lies and falsehoods for political gain … it’s impossible to believe anything a man says.

President Obama is a very “strange duck”. All the key details of his life remain secret. He claims to be a Christian, yet his actions serve to promote secular institutions over Christianity virtually every time. And whenever Islam is involved, Obama invariably ACTS like a Muslim.

The American people know the score, and they’re not stupid, since actions always speak louder than words. You would think that Obama and his minions would have figured that out by now. These guys are way too “slick” for their own good!

CBS Poll: Grade Obama’s First Year in Office

With President Obama completing his first year in office this week, we are giving you the chance to weigh in on how you think he has done on the job.

Below are 10 categories for you to give the president your grade (in A-F format), including an overall grade at the end.

Grade Obama’s first year

Jimmy Akin, Barack Obama, and the Antichrist

Antichrist center/right. Satan behind. False prophet at left.

There’s a meme going around certain quarters that Republicans are nuts because a massive number of them believe that President Obama may be the antichrist.

I first encountered this on the Drudge Report, which linked to the British paper the Daily Mail, which has a story headlined:

Almost a quarter of Republicans think Obama ‘may be the Antichrist’ as 14 states sue over healthcare reforms

Here’s the entirety of what that article has to say on the antichrist subject:

Nearly a quarter of Republicans believe the Democrat president ‘may be the Antichrist’, according to a survey.

That’s it! No link to the original poll. No clue about how it was run. Nada!

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How Religious Is Your State?

Which of the 50 states has the most religious population? Since there are many ways to define “religious,” there is no single
answer to this question. But to give a sense of how the states stack up, the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life
used polling data to rank them on four measures: the importance of religion in people’s lives, frequency of attendance at worship services, frequency of prayer and absolute certainty of belief in God. Mississippi stands out on all four, and several other Southern states also rank very high on the measures.

See how the states rank according to each of the four measures