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Friday, September 30, 2005

B*sh's Base Deserts His Illegal Regime

Information, like this article, exemplify all the more just why we need an independent council to access the catastrophe...The republican senate and the vice president who presides over them do not want the light of day to expose the unlawful use of their positions. Voting them out, or putting them in jail, holding them responsible for the murder of the post-katrina deaths, are some solutions. This is BLAME and it isn't a game.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~By an 8-point margin, voters are more likely to call themselves Democrats than Republicans"
Here is the full paragraph:

""For the first time, senior Republican consultants and lawmakers are warning the White House that Bush's base is perilously close to deserting him. The poll underscores their concerns: By an 8-point margin, voters are more likely to call themselves Democrats than Republicans; there was no gap in self-identification a year ago."

That is new and, IMO, this is BIG.

I certainly haven't been seeing the W stickers I saw earlier in the year (which I wanted to ram with my minivan - tsk, tsk). I think a lot of people have been scraping those bumper stickers off.

That is from the new AP poll.

Katrina Raises Voters' Doubts About Bush By RON FOURNIER, AP

WASHINGTON - Hurricane Katrina and the bungled government response have weakened President Bush, raising questions among Americans about his Iraq and flood-recovery plans and spreading fears among fellow Republicans about next year's elections.

An AP-Ipsos poll says nearly six in 10 people disapprove of Bush's job performance, unchanged from the record-low rating he had before last week's televised address from the heart of New Orleans.

That underscores why GOP leaders fear Bush could be a drag on GOP candidates in 2006.
-snip-That may play into two presidential decisions that threaten to divide the GOP coalition: Bush's nomination to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and his final plans for Katrina spending. Social conservatives are demanding an anti-abortion Supreme Court justice. Some Republicans want him to select a woman or minority, and perhaps avoid a bitter fight by selecting a relative moderate.

2006 Campaign Theme - Rubber Stamp for the Tom Delay/Bush Agenda - Rubber Stamp, Rubber Stamp, Rubber Stamp.


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