Thursday, August 25, 2005

Job disapproval

Bark Bark Woof Woof:

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Thirty-six percent? Wow. That's as bad as Richard Nixon, right?

Wrong again, buffalo breath! Richard Nixon, in July 1973, at the same point in his presidency as Bush (the summer after his re-election) and at the height of the Watergate revelations (John Dean's testimony before the Ervin committee and the revelation of the White House tapes), was at 39%. In other words, Richard Nixon, one of the more charm-free occupants of the Oval Office, was three points ahead of President Bush.

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Could it be the American people are beginning to open their eyes?

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