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Dustin LindenSmith

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Michael Moore pulled together a synopsis of recent polling data demonstrating that a majority of Americans:

-- disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling the situation in Iraq;
-- think that going to war in Iraq was a mistake;
-- think that the war in Iraq wasn't worth it;
-- think that the Bush administration intentionally misled people to make the case for war in Iraq;
-- no longer trust Bush or his administration;
-- feel that Bush is not a strong leader and that he does not share their values; and
-- want the war in Iraq to be stopped ASAP and to bring the troops home.

More data can be found at PollingReport.com (which is a veritable treasure trove of information, btw).

Here's to Bush leaving his presidency in a suitably ignominious departure that leaves his reputation and his legacy sullied forever. It's only the least that he deserves. And same for Cheney. I heard someone say on the radio a little while ago that there had been talk to have a Cheney/Jeb Bush ticket for the next election, but that this will clearly not happen now, thank God.

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chaizzilla November 19th, 2005
Still no mention of the significance of 100 years of Bush family influence, or even the four-letter word starting with "N" that so freakishly directly links them with al-Qaeda... as always the best place to hide atrocity is in plain sight. Or behind Dwight Eisenhower, people thought he and Wilson were just d-d-dandy.

Perfect world curmudgeoning aside, it's a nice break I spose; took people long enough begin to to get teensy bit of a freaking clue...

I have mixed feelings, obviously :)

chaizzilla November 19th, 2005
Cheney/Jeb is silly, I could have sworn they were gonna run Condi, why else would they be putting on a goofy-ass diplomacy show only the viewers back home aren't seeing through?

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