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Americans approve of “stand your ground” laws despite the incredibly misleading campaign from the so-called Rev. Al Sharpton & Co., according to a new Quinnipiac Poll released August 2. From the president’s job approval rating to disapproval over Obamacare, it was clearly not a good month for the White House. Let’s take a look Inside The Numbers beginning with “stand you ground.”

If you thought that the “phony scandal” strategy was over, then you were dead wrong. Kicking off his move to pivot to the economy at Knox College – which has to be the tenth pivot now – President Obama cited those pesky abuses of power as the main reason why he cannot get his agenda through Congress. He’ll travel to Tennessee Tuesday to continue trying to frame this fall’s fiscal fights (Read the 4 Biggest Lies During Obama’s Speech At Knox College).

Former Miss America Erika Harold, 33, announces her plans to challenge first-term U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis in the 2014 Republican primary Tuesday, June 4, 2013, at Urbana High School in Urbana, Ill. Harold grew up the Illinois city and recently moved back. She was Miss America is 2003. (AP Photo/The News-Gazette, John Dixon) MANDATORY CREDIT

This is why the GOP keeps losing elections, and why minorities would rather remain slaves to the Democratic Party rather than support conservatives. Illinois Republican Party chairman, Jim Allen, recently sent a controversial e-mail to a blogger in an effort to target Erika Harold, a former Miss America who is now running for Congress as a Republican.

In a recent survey, Gallup found that Americans still rate the Republican Party – 39% – less favorably than the Democratic Party – 46%. However, both parties’ favorability ratings are down from November 2012, just after the presidential election. The Democrats’ favorability rating dropped more, down from 51%, which was a post-election bump just after President Barack Obama won re-election. Even though Americans’ ratings of the Democratic Party clearly show that bump is over, their views of the GOP are the lowest since May of 2010.

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