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    Wednesday, March 30, 2005

    the rock

    Is the rock cracking for Dubya? A poll shows that it could very well be the as his ratings dropped lower than NBC's...
    Public approval for Bush slipped from 52 percent in a CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll over the weekend to 45 percent in that same poll released Thursday. A CBS News poll released earlier in the week found Bush's approval slipping six points to 43 percent.
    This drop can be blamed on who where considered his "rock" during the election...
    The Gallup poll found Bush losing support among men, self-described conservatives and churchgoers while the CBS poll found a drop among men and Republicans.
    Bad news for Bush as it turns out that more and more of Americans have minds.

    Monday, March 28, 2005

    the excuse president

    I am convinced that George Bush could get away with anything. He could murder Nancy Pelosi with his bare hands on the steps of the capital on nation television, and he'd get away with it. Hey could be photographed smoking a joint with Osama bin Laden in the Rose Garden and the picture could be printed on the front page of every newspaper from D.C. to Dubai and he'd get away with it. Because, by the end of the day, Brit Hume and Sean Hannity will have saved his ass and Rush Limbaugh will chime in, insisting that it's Bill Clinton's fault.

    It's funny really. Everything that Bush has done that has turned out bad, is actually the fault of someone else.

    Abu Ghraib is all the fault of a few bad apples, despite the fact that we instructed them to torture the living shit out of inmates. 9/11 happened on Dubya's watch, but is actually all Bill Clinton's fault. The same can be said for the deficit.

    People say Gerald Ford was the excuse me president, well George Bush is the excuse president. Not once has he taken responsibility for something. Yet, he is seen as a strong leader! How the hell does that work?

    I think he should make it a personal goal to, at one point or another, take responsibility for one of his actions. Why doesn't he admit that he was AWOL during Vietnam? Nobody cared a year ago, so why would people care four years from now? If he where a really ambitious, he would confess that his ruthless spending is why we have a deficit that will take generations to patch. Anything! He should just be an adult for once and take the blame for anything!

    It must be nice knowing that, whatever you do, it will always be the fault of someone else. Sorry I totaled your car, but it's not my fault, it was the guy in front of me.

    take that, delay!

    Daily Kos reported today that the support for government intervention in the Schiavo case is microscopic!

    This is relieving as it shows that many people still have common sense!

    Sunday, March 27, 2005

    the least he could do

    Today at Fort Hood, the Easter Bunny failed to visit. Instead, troops where met with someone of far lesser intelligence. Presdient Bush. Dubya flew fifty-miles from his ranch (hope that wasn't to far out of the way) to attend a service at the largest active-duty base in the forces. Yes, it was a kind gesture but it's really the least he could do and if Rush hits the airwaves tomorrow praising the President on this "act of leadership" I'm going to vomit. While I'm sure many where happy to see him there, but I think our men and women in uniform would much rather have some body armor and bullets before they head into battle.

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