83% Say Bush Jr. Lying About Iraq
Bush Jr.'s approval rating and his credibility on the matter of the unconstitutional Iraq war shows he is no longer believable to the American people.
NY TIMES/CBS POLL: BUSH HAS 34% APPROVAL; 83% THINK HE'S "HIDING SOMETHING OR MOSTLY LYING" ABOUT IRAQ
With the mid-term election less than a month away, the Republicans are in serious trouble, as high-level strategists are now telling Bush to stay off the campaign trail, as he would only harm the candidates' chances of winning. This is a karmic slap in the face to the man whom many are calling the "all-time worst President" of the United States' 230 year history.
His current approval is on-par with that of Richard Nixon at the height of the Watergate scandal, with many of Bush Jr's staff members then working in the Nixon White House. I, for one, have no sympathy for this piece of garbage, as the damage he and his Satanic minions have inflicted upon this nation may prove to be fatal to the Republic.
A New York Times / CBS News poll released yesterday shows that 83% of those polled believe that he is lying about Iraq, and this number shows erosion of his own voter-base, and this is likely to be the reason why members of the Republican National Committee and his own White House staff have been telling him NOT to go out and campaign for ANY candidate, as all he is likely to accomplish, is enrage the voters further, and guarantee the loss of the Congressional seats for which he campaigns.
White House sources, speaking on grounds of anonymity, have said that Bush Jr. is boiling over with anger about his present situation, hurling foul language at anyone who dares to bring up the subject of his approval. These same sources state that he is likewise angry because history promises to be unkind to both him and his legacy. Furthermore, the relationship between Bush 41 and Bush 43 is at an all-time low, with rumors of Bush 41 refusing to speak with his progeny.
The Foley scandal is likely to deliver both the House and Senate to the Democrats, and the respondants to the new York Times / CBS News poll saying that most politicans consider themselves to be above the law, and they simply do not follow the same rule of law as all Americans are expected to do.
Of the poll respondants, only 3% believe that Bush is doing a good job in Iraq, and 66% said they disapprove of the way he is handling the situation. A startling 83% felt that he was lying about Iraq, and how things were going there, as the USA faces the possibility of a reinstatement of the military draft, a move that is seen by many to be political suicide, in the staunch pro-peace environment the nation is currently engulfed within.
Bush Jr.'s approval has slipped to 34%, which is comparable to what Nixon faced at the height of the Watergate scandal, which saw him resigning in disgrace. Even among his Republican base, his approval has dropped 21% since November 2004.
These numbers may be the reason why Bush Jr. has been lashing out at his staff, as he appears to grow more and more despondent as his Presidency winds down, with only 741 days to go before he leaves office, preferably in handcuffs.
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NYTimes/CBS poll: Bush has 34% approval; 83% think he's "hiding something or mostly lying" about Iraq (October 9, 2006)
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