Monday, April 24, 2006

Two stolen elections later and look what we see on a monthly basis. If the trend continues (with diverse polling mind you) we're looking at 28% by the end of June. It's the exact same headlines- just a different month. Why? Take an honest, objective look at the deterioration around this country and planet; look at different conditions and follow them back logically to the source. This scrambling White House "shake-up" is nothing more than a token sacrifice (Scotty McTool "resigns") followed by a reshuffling of the same old regime figures. I really don't know why it bothers. Certainly by now it must know that it is an UNTOUCHABLE.

A'hm the Commander In Chief. A'hm the war president. A'hm the decision maker.

Bush's approval rating hits new low

April 24, 2006

President George W. Bush's public approval rating has fallen to 32 percent, a new low for his presidency, a CNN poll showed on Monday.
The survey also showed that 60 percent of Americans disapprove of the way Bush is handling his job.
Bush's poll numbers have languished below 40 percent in the last couple of months, hit by growing public opposition to the Iraq war, his support for a now-abandoned plan for a Dubai firm to take over major U.S. port operations and American anger over gas prices now topping $3 a gallon at the pump.
Continuing fallout from the Bush administration's mishandling of the initial response to Hurricane Katrina has also hurt his popularity.

Bush's approval rating as measured by CNN's poll dropped from 36 percent in March. His lowest job performance measure has been 32 percent, in a Fox News poll this month.
Bush has launched a shake-up of his White House staff in an effort to revive his popularity and stave off concerns of fellow Republicans that they could lose control of both houses of Congress in a November midterm election.
Bush's response to the gas crisis has been to warn Americans to expect a tough summer, vow that price gouging will not be tolerated and try to promote energy alternatives that will take years to get to consumers.

With all due respect to the bush lovers, WHICH IS ZERO BECAUSE I HAVE NONE, here's an interesting little serated twist in your side.

Are we going to let it happen AGAIN?

And thank you all (NBFers) for the kind words! It does feel good to put up an entry again.

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