Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on June 22nd, 2007 11:05 am by HL
Newsweek has just come out with it’s latest Bush popularity poll, the number is (drumroll please)
Ta-da, 26%, which is the lowest of any President since Nixon, and we all know what happened to him. Bush is less popular then bathtub scum right now, but you know what is worse. Congress, that is what is worse. Their approval rating is even lower then Bush. If this isn’t a sign to impeach the bastard already I don’t know what is. Congress, is currently controlled by the Democrats, they were put back in power to end the Iraq War, you know the one where another 16 soldiers have been killed in the past couple of days. Democrats have the power to stop the war, but they don’t. Their BS reason is that “oooh we don’t want to be blamed by Republicans for having lost the war, oooh we don’t want to face 30 commercials where those nasty republicans blame it all on us.” As I have pointed out before, you can’t lose a war that was already lost on the day it started. The Democrats know this, but the leaders of the party lie to us and say they are afraid. (I believe they are afraid, but not of losing, they want to lose) Now that the Democratic controlled congress ratings are even lower then monkey scum, how about doing something about it. The truth is that they don’t do anything because they don’t want to hurt their “boy.” It’s all one big party folks, the Republicrats. They band together to fight us the people. It’s class warfare at it’s finest. The polls prove that people are pissed off at congress because they don’t get Bush out of office by any means necessary. We need to replace all these fake democrats with real democrats (Ones that will vote to impeach, and end the war) like Dennis Kucinich. Vote Kucinich in 2008, the only real Democrat in the field.
June 21, 2007 - In 19 months, George W. Bush will leave the White House for the last time. The latest NEWSWEEK Poll suggests that he faces a steep climb if he hopes to coax the country back to his side before he goes. In the new poll, conducted Monday and Tuesday nights, President Bush’s approval rating has reached a record low. Only 26 percent of Americans, just over one in four, approve of the job the 43rd president is doing; while, a record 65 percent disapprove, including nearly a third of Republicans.