Monday, August 22, 2005

WILL BUSH GIVE UP WHEN NO ONE OUTSIDE OF BILLIONAIRES AND THE PEOPLE WHO WORK FOR HIM ARE THE ONLY SUPPORTERS LEFT OUTSIDE OF UTAH AND IDAHO?

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Well, it's official now. Americans now think Bush is doing a worse job than Nixon-- IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WATERGATE SCANDAL. Where will Bush's ratings go if one of the Houses of Congress falls to the Democrats and serious investigations begin?

Last time this blog examined Bush's poll numbers-- like a week or two ago-- they were pathetic but looked like they had bottomed out. I was wrong. Bush's overall job approval ratings have dropped further from last month-- when a majority of Americans finally were willing to admit that he's a liar. Today the American Research Group reports that only 36% of Americans approve of the way Bush is doing his job; 60% disapprove. They point out that in the summer of 1973, with Nixon's Watergate scandal at full tilt boogie and the extremely distrusted and disliked Nixon about to resign to avoid certain impeachment, his approval rating was a full 3% higher than Bush's is today, 39%.

I still find it hard to believe Bush even has that many Americans who think well of him. I was shocked to see an AOL poll today that shows 27% of the people responding answered "Yes" to the question "Has the war in Iraq been worth the cost?" Who the hell is answering like that? Are Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and Joe Lieberman sitting around with a bunch of Republican legislators and making up multiple screen names so they can keep voting? Hillary-- get a clue. A lot of Democrats would vote for Hagel instead of you today and no matter how much fascist ass you kiss, Republicans ain't voting for you.

1 Comments:

At 7:04 AM, Blogger keninny said...

"I still find it hard to believe Bush even has that many Americans who think well of him. I was shocked to see an AOL poll today that shows 27% of the people responding answered "Yes" to the question "Has the war in Iraq been worth the cost?" Who the hell is answering like that?"

Funny you should ask, because my friend the marketing researcher was explaining to me just the other day that it's one of the basic realities of such research that WHATEVER question you ask, a certain percentage of respondents almost automatically say yes.

I gather that the Bush poll results would look even worse if you devised the questions so that respondents had to say "no" to express approval for Bush policies.

K

 

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