Fineman: Some Disapproving Amnesty Probably Think It’s Not Far Enough

Howard Fineman wildly spins amnesty opposition percentage

Fineman: Some Disapproving Amnesty Probably Think It’s Not Far Enough (NewsBusters)

Wildly spinning a recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll showing just 38 percent support President Obama's planned executive amnesty while 48 percent oppose it, Huffington Post's Howard Fineman offered that it's possible "some" of those opposed are against it from Obama's left, thinking it doesn't go far enough.

Fineman made the comments on the November 20 edition of Hardball, which was guest-hosted by MSNBC's Steve Kornacki.. Kornacki had asked Fineman what the president needs to do to sell a skeptical public, given the 48 percent disapproval coming after a horrible election cycle for Democrats and the president's "laying the groundwork for this moment for nearly two years now" for his taking action to grant amnesty for illegals.

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