Bush Approval Ratings Hit New Low: 33%

And we’re back in Nixon territory:

Meanwhile, the president’s approval rating has fallen to a new all-time low for the Newsweek poll: 33 percent, down from an already anemic 36 percent in August. Only 25 percent of Americans are satisfied with the direction of the country, while 67 percent say they are not.

BUT:

Can the parties pin the blame on their opponents? Can they pin it on not just a candidate or figurehead but on an entire party – or even more damaging – an entire perspective and worldview?

As long as this translates to "A few bad apples." or "This really isn’t conservativism." or "It’s a yadda-yadda conspiracy." no one gets nothin’.

2 thoughts on “Bush Approval Ratings Hit New Low: 33%

  1. andrew

    Hey, my name is Earle Watkinz. I cum from a red state somewhere. Hear is what I think of President Bush over the last year:

    Jan 06: gas is $2.00 a gallon. “Hey, he’s OK. Doin’ the best he kin”

    Jun 06: gas is $2.99 a gallon. “This President sucks. I cain’t believe I got to pay that much to fill up my Dodge truck!”

    Nov. 06: gas is $2.00 a gallon. “I give him pretty high marks. I’m pretty happy. Gas is not that expensive. Who cares about the rest of the world?”

  2. J.J.

    I saw this comment today about the new film, “Death of a President”, which depicts the murder of Dubya in Chicago:

    “I think it’s sad that he’s such a lousy president that we have to make a movie like this to get it out of our system.”

    Have you seen it yet, Andy?

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