Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Today's Cartoon: George W. Bush's Lowest Approval Rating... yet

You have to wonder, at what point does the media decide that oppostion to the Bush Administration is no longer an act partisan politics and accept the fact that (at this point) George W. Bush is an unpopular president (in the United States)?

I REALLY don't want to get into a political debate here (so I won't); but, if opposition to this current administration automatically gets one labelled a "liberal" then according to the latest poll, 66% of Americans are now "liberals". So you have to figure that there is much more at play here than "politics as usual".

While it has already been argued that the latest polls are biased (at 34%) and should be ignored; it begs the question, which "polls" are NOT considered "biased" nowadays? Besides, when the polls numbers are THIS low, is it really worth discussing anyway? I mean, if "bad" poll numbers (biased or not) were going to bring about any sort of change, then wouldn't they have done so by now?

I guess at this point, "polls" are nothing more than something for historians to chuckle over, 50 years from now.

Well, I guess it could be worse for President Bush; at least he's not Tony Blair.


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