It would appear that the American public isn’t quite ready to be fooled all of the time.
Update: A new poll shows even worse numbers for the Iran deal. The Quinnipiac University poll shows 57 percent against and just 28 percent in support. The two-to-one negative split is by far the worst poll yet for the deal.
Below is our post from last week summarizing the deal’s declining poll numbers. As you will read, polls like this — that don’t provide details of the deal — have shown less public support for it. But this is clearly the worst one yet. (Quinnipiac, for what it’s worth, asked a more-detailed question in April and found nearly two-to-one support.)
Apparently, when it comes to the prospect of putting nukes in the hands of one of the most hostile regimes on the planet, the public here can’t be wooed by one of Obama;s signature, “Hey, I’ve got cool celebrity friends” public relations campaigns.
This deal is so bad that even casual observers of political news can plainly see it, which is precisely why Obama’s minions in the MSM haven’t been able to run adequate interference for him. Naturally, the sycophant-surrounded president still thinks the American people can be duped with the same media parlor tricks that got him re-elected, and no one around him will ever tell him otherwise. This is probably being viewed in the White House as Jack Black’s failure, not John Kerry’s.
Maybe we will get lucky and elect some adults in 2016.