Sunday, October 30, 2005

In the 59 Million Stupid People Category:

The Washington Post reports this morning, White House Ethics, Honesty Questioned:
A majority of Americans say the indictment of senior White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby signals broader ethical problems in the Bush administration, and nearly half say the overall level of honesty and ethics in the federal government has fallen since President Bush took office, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News survey.

The poll, conducted Friday night and yesterday, found that 55 percent of the public believes the Libby case indicates wider problems "with ethical wrongdoing" in the White House, while 41 percent believes it was an "isolated incident." And by a 3 to 1 ratio, 46 percent to 15 percent, Americans say the level of honesty and ethics in the government has declined rather than risen under Bush.

In the aftermath of the latest crisis to confront the White House, Bush's overall job approval rating has fallen to 39 percent, the lowest of his presidency in Post-ABC polls. Barely a third of Americans -- 34 percent -- think Bush is doing a good job ensuring high ethics in government, which is slightly lower than President Bill Clinton's standing on this issue when he left office.
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The survey also found that nearly seven in 10 Americans consider the charges against Libby to be serious. A majority -- 55 percent -- said the decision of Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald to bring charges against Libby was based on the facts of the case, while 30 percent said he was motivated by partisan politics.
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1. Well, DUH! Clinton only had oral sex in the White House, while Bush is screwing the entire world.

2. 30 percent of the country, as well as all the Republicans in Congress, would stand up and cheer for Bush even if at his next State of the Union address he bent over, pulled down his pants and told them all, "Kiss my ass!"

Bush and his cult followers never cease to amaze me. They believe Bush is incapable of making a mistake instead of believing he is just incapable!

2 Comments:

Blogger Cap'n Marrrrk said...

I have some in the family. It's downright creepy

11:56 AM, October 30, 2005  
Blogger Disgusted in St. Louis said...

cap'n marrrk,

I'm sorry to hear that. Supposedly, everyone has family problems of some sort. I know my family does, but fortunately not with this.

4:39 PM, October 30, 2005  

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