Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Gravity's Gone

Bush has been falling so long he must feel like gravity's gone... but he ain't floatin'

Bush approval rating hits new low:
"President Bush's approval rating has slumped to 31% in a new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, the lowest of his presidency and a warning sign for Republicans in the November elections."
My jeebus, what a loser. Worst... President.... Ever.

Bush & Nixon photo finish

They have no substance. Only spin and p.r. When you're trying to spin Iraq positiviely and you're using the freakin' USDA to do it.... you're hurtin'.

The USDA on Iraq: Everything's Coming Up Rosy:
"Career appointees at the Department of Agriculture were stunned last week to receive e-mailed instructions that include Bush administration 'talking points' -- saying things such as 'President Bush has a clear strategy for victory in Iraq' -- in every speech they give for the department.

'The President has requested that all members of his cabinet and sub-cabinet incorporate message points on the Global War on Terror into speeches, including specific examples of what each agency is doing to aid the reconstruction of Iraq,' the May 2 e-mail from USDA speechwriter Heather Vaughn began."
See how 3 different presidents answered the question "What is/was your greatest accomplishment in office.

rubber hose: great moments in history

Get up, stand up. Don't give up the fight...

Feingold: Democrats Must Stand Up to Bush:
"WASHINGTON - Sen. Russ Feingold, a potential anti-war candidate in the 2008 presidential field, urged fellow Democrats on Monday to show more backbone in challenging President Bush onIraq.

'We must get out of our political foxholes and be willing to clearly and specifically point out what a strategic error the Iraq invasion has been,' Feingold, D-Wis., told a National Press Club audience."
Please, please, please, please, please......

Al Gore Might Yet Join 2008 Contenders

Fuck it. Just leave everybody behind.

Half of Teachers Quit in 5 Years:
"'The kids were wonderful to be with, but the stress of everything that went with it and the low pay did not make it hard to leave,' she said. 'It's sad because you see a lot of the teachers that are young and gung-ho are ready to leave.'"

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