I got a good laugh from a recent letter saying the President has finally united people but against him. His approval fluctuates as it has for past presidents.
It is not a surprise that it has dip, it is still better than it was for some former presidents. His approval rating has dipped but it is still better than Congress's rating, which went all the way down to 9 percent.
As a matter of fact, car salesmen rated higher than members of Congress for honesty and trustworthiness. But that is not what the letter was about.
Presidents' approval ratings go up and down and seeing how this is his last term it will not matter to him.
It doesn't make the opposing party look any rosier considering their overall approval rating is still lower than his.
Voters by 62 percent say they would prefer a new representative in Congress from their district. But since congressional districts are still very liberal or conservative that change is highly unlikely.
So while people can relish the dip in approval ratings for President Obama it still doesn't make them look any better.
All the polls show is that a majority of Americans are still disgruntled with what is coming out of Washington, D.C. That is what Americans are united about.
Charles M. Reeder
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