August 6, 2008

AREN'T WE AT LEAST UP TO THE LOAVES AND THE FISHES BY NOW?:

'Obama Fatigue' Could Follow Avalanche of News Coverage: A new poll finds voters might be beginning to tire of Obama's high media profile (Kevin Whitelaw, August 6, 2008, US News)

Nearly half of Americans say that they have been hearing "too much" about Obama lately, according to a new poll by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.

While a wide majority of Republicans unsurprisingly say that they have heard too much about the Illinois senator, 51 percent of independents agree, along with as many as a third of Democrats.

Almost everybody seems to think that Obama is getting the greater part of the attention. The poll found that more than three quarters of the public reports having heard more about Obama in the past week or so than about McCain.


We aren't known for our patience with messiahs.

Posted by Orrin Judd at August 6, 2008 1:00 PM

After all the hype we want to see the show.
Hype does not last long in a media-saturated environment. If there isn't the show, then comes the grumbling, the yelling, the hitting, the biting, the hurting...

And that's just the MSM.

Posted by: Mikey at August 6, 2008 6:32 PM
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