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Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity

By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01

For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the war
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.

On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance, the
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American people.
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.


Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses


Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.


Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the country
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him as
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.


Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?

Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal





Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog


Full List of Blogs (53 links) »


Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web

Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was generally
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest Supreme
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too conservative,
the poll found.

Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White House
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but on
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of his
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority support
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now, when 51
percent have registered disapproval.

The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in how
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now view
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past 18
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about Bush's
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the country
has questioned his personal integrity.

The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal the
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half believe
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top political
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove should
resign.

Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the administration
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level of
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.

Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score the
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with the
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not be
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not yet
know enough about him to make a judgment.

The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about the
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent -- believe
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are optimistic,
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high levels
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence in
this administration.

Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent or
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8 percent
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29 percent of
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest recorded
during Bush's presidency.

Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of Republicans
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall strength,
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year, when
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.

Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of the
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
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Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the war
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance, the
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American people.
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the country
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him as
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was generally
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest Supreme
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White House
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but on
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of his
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority support
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now, when 51
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in how
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now view
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past 18
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about Bush's
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the country
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal the
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half believe
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top political
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove should
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the administration
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level of
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score the
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with the
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not be
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not yet
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about the
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent -- believe
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are optimistic,
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high levels
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence in
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent or
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8 percent
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29 percent of
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest recorded
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of Republicans
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall strength,
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year, when
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of the
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
Claudia
2005-11-04 13:30:35 UTC
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Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
**
¿Gregg es federal?
Claudia
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance, the
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the country
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest Supreme
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White House
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but on
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority support
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now,
when
Post by RLunfa
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in how
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now view
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past 18
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about Bush's
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the country
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half believe
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top political
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score the
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with the
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not be
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not yet
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent -- believe
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are optimistic,
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high levels
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence in
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent or
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8 percent
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29
percent
Post by RLunfa
of
Post by PINKO
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest recorded
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of Republicans
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall strength,
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year,
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
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2005-11-04 14:07:39 UTC
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Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
**
¿Gregg es federal?
Si.
Del Federal Bureau.

Saludos,
RLunfa
Post by Claudia
Claudia
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba.
Ahora
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership
have
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance,
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president,
while
Post by Claudia
60
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A.
Alito
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest
Supreme
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White
House
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but
on
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority
support
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now,
when
Post by RLunfa
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in
how
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now
view
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the
past
Post by Claudia
18
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about
Bush's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President
Cheney's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top
political
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of
Chief
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should
not
Post by Claudia
be
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not
yet
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent --
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are
optimistic,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high
levels
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no
confidence
Post by Claudia
in
Post by RLunfa
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this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either
excellent
Post by Claudia
or
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8
percent
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29
percent
Post by RLunfa
of
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those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest
recorded
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during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of
Republicans
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall
strength,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year,
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 02:20:38 UTC
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On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 10:30:35 -0300, "Claudia"
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
**
¿Gregg es federal?
Por formacion, destino y credenciales que lo atestiguan.
Mas de eso, es puro queso.
Post by Claudia
Claudia
Carinios,

Gregg
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
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El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba.
Ahora
Post by RLunfa
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el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership
have
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance,
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while
60
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A.
Alito
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest
Supreme
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White
House
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but
on
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority
support
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now,
when
Post by RLunfa
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in
how
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now
view
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past
18
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about
Bush's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President
Cheney's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top
political
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of
Chief
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not
be
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not
yet
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent --
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are
optimistic,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high
levels
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence
in
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent
or
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8
percent
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29
percent
Post by RLunfa
of
Post by PINKO
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest
recorded
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of
Republicans
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall
strength,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year,
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
Claudia
2005-11-06 04:29:03 UTC
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Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 10:30:35 -0300, "Claudia"
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
**
¿Gregg es federal?
Por formacion, destino y credenciales que lo atestiguan.
**
¿Así que Ud. es gente de Rosas?...¡mire lo qe me vengo a enterar che!
**
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Mas de eso, es puro queso.
**
¿Cuartirolo?
**
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Claudia
Carinios,
Gregg
**
Gracias Gregg, espero que esté Ud. bien.
Cariños y cuídese la salud, ¿si?
Cariñitos a Syl.
Claudia
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba.
Ahora
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership
have
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and
performance,
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while
60
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A.
Alito
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest
Supreme
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White
House
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but
on
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority
support
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now,
when
Post by RLunfa
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in
how
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now
view
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past
18
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about
Bush's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President
Cheney's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top
political
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of
Chief
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not
be
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not
yet
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent --
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are
optimistic,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high
levels
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence
in
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent
or
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8
percent
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29
percent
Post by RLunfa
of
Post by PINKO
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest
recorded
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of
Republicans
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall
strength,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year,
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
Viejo Vizcacha
2005-11-06 05:33:44 UTC
Permalink
Post by Claudia
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 10:30:35 -0300, "Claudia"
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
**
¿Gregg es federal?
Por formacion, destino y credenciales que lo atestiguan.
**
¿Así que Ud. es gente de Rosas?...¡mire lo qe me vengo a enterar che!
**
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Mas de eso, es puro queso.
Por lo duro y cuadrado debe ser jabón Federal.

Saludos,
VV
Post by Claudia
**
¿Cuartirolo?
**
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Claudia
Carinios,
Gregg
**
Gracias Gregg, espero que esté Ud. bien.
Cariños y cuídese la salud, ¿si?
Cariñitos a Syl.
Claudia
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba.
Ahora
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership
have
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even
the
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and
performance,
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president,
while
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
60
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level
of
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A.
Alito
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view
him
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest
Supreme
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should
be
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's
presidency
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White
House
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months,
but
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
on
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some
of
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority
support
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now,
when
Post by RLunfa
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline
in
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
how
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now
view
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the
past
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
18
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about
Bush's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the
country
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President
Cheney's
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court
nomination,
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in
Iraq.
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby
signal
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top
political
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give
the
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the
level
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping
the
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of
Chief
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process
with
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
the
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should
not
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
be
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did
not
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
yet
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns
about
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent --
believe
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are
optimistic,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high
levels
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no
confidence
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
in
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either
excellent
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
or
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although
the
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8
percent
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29
percent
Post by RLunfa
of
Post by PINKO
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest
recorded
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have
been
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of
Republicans
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall
strength,
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the
year,
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning
of
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents
were
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 18:42:14 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 6 Nov 2005 01:29:03 -0300, "Claudia"
Post by Claudia
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 10:30:35 -0300, "Claudia"
Post by Claudia
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
**
¿Gregg es federal?
Por formacion, destino y credenciales que lo atestiguan.
**
¿Así que Ud. es gente de Rosas?...¡mire lo qe me vengo a enterar che!
Puntos de unidad y conflicto, se presentan entre mi vision federalista
del gobierno y aquellos gobiernos de los federalismos rosistas y
artiguistas. De cualquier manera, querida Claudia, mi fedealismo
retoma el cumplimiento de la delimitacion y separacion del poder
politico, mediante un verticalismo divisional de dicho poder, dando
al mismo tiepo completa proteccion a las minorias politicas mediante
su reconociemiento como territorialismos autonomos.Ademas, este
federalismo cumple una funcion integradora en las sociedades diversas
y heterogeneas ya que si bien gestiona un grado de unidad estrategica
nacional, este siempre brinda la flexibilidad de la multiplicidad de
opiniones de los ciudadanos de una nacion... integrando, de esta
manera, objetivos sociales diversos.
Post by Claudia
**
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Mas de eso, es puro queso.
**
¿Cuartirolo?
Auch! me ha herido los óidos (con acento en la primera ´o´) querida
amiga mia..., cuarrrrr.... ti, ro, loo??? Pero misha! Que pasha que
she me tira con esha mershada!_!_!_???? Por deu!!! Que quemo!!!
BRRRRRRRRYYYEEEEEE!!! muñeca.... BRYYYYEEEEEE..... el
quesotibus.... se denomina BRYE!!! Nuuuuuuuuunca, cuartirolo
pó favó!!!! :)
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Claudia
Carinios,
Gregg
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Gracias Gregg, espero que esté Ud. bien.
Cariños y cuídese la salud, ¿si?
Cariñitos a Syl.
Claudia
Se los dare Clau... cariños a Vd.
y gracias por sus buenos deseos.

Gregg
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El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba.
Ahora
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el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question
the
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integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership
have
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left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even
the
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war
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on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and
performance,
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the
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survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
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Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president,
while
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60
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percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level
of
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disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A.
Alito
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Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the
country
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say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view
him
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as
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too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
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Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
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favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest
Supreme
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Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should
be
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confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
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the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's
presidency
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have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White
House
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mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months,
but
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on
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issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some
of
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his
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most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority
support
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on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now,
when
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51
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percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline
in
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how
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Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now
view
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him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the
past
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18
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months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about
Bush's
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honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the
country
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has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President
Cheney's
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former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court
nomination,
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public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in
Iraq.
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According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby
signal
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the
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presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half
believe
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top
political
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hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
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resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
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negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give
the
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administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the
level
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of
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ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping
the
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latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score
the
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president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of
Chief
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Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process
with
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the
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support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should
not
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be
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confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did
not
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yet
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know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns
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the
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overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent --
believe
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the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are
optimistic,
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the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high
levels
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of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no
confidence
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in
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this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either
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good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although
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government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8
percent
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in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29
percent
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of
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those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest
recorded
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during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have
been
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throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of
Republicans
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support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall
strength,
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but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the
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when
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91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning
of
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the
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year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents
were
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evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
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"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
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* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
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"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
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* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
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Juan Moreira
2005-11-04 13:48:15 UTC
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Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.

Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.

En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.

Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
RLunfa
2005-11-04 14:10:50 UTC
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Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
O será que "lo francés" no quiere ir a EEUU porque se arrepintieron de
regalarles esa estatua de propaganda para desodorantes?
Chi lo sa.
Por lo pronto, lo único que reconcilia a Pain con la humanidad, es que se
abstiene de pisar suelo yoni.
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Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
Así es. Qué buena gestión ha hecho el muchacho.
Dicen que ahora está por lanzar su plan para combatir la gripe aviar, y por
ello lanzará bombardeos preventivos en todos los gallineros.
Post by Juan Moreira
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Bush no puede estar mentalmente enfermo porque no tiene en dónde albergar la
enfermedad.

RLunfa
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
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Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 02:20:40 UTC
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On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 11:10:50 -0300, "RLunfa"
Post by RLunfa
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
O será que "lo francés" no quiere ir a EEUU porque se arrepintieron de
regalarles esa estatua de propaganda para desodorantes?
Chi lo sa.
Por lo pronto, lo único que reconcilia a Pain con la humanidad, es que se
abstiene de pisar suelo yoni.
Tonche Pain es irreconciliable con la humanidad... ya que el mismo
dijo haber estado aqui, cuando pudo haber estado alli, mas alla, o
en otra parte.
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Post by Juan Moreira
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
Así es. Qué buena gestión ha hecho el muchacho.
Dicen que ahora está por lanzar su plan para combatir la gripe aviar, y por
ello lanzará bombardeos preventivos en todos los gallineros.
Nada de eso! La proxima visita que hara nuestro presidente al regreso
de la reunion en Mar del Plata, sera comerse los Alfajores Mar del
Plata de dulce de leche y frutas.... luego y como quien no le da
importancia a las cosas... visitara los gallineros de la Union
Americana y sin dudas en sus palabras, les habra de preguntar.
"O estan conmigo, o estan sinmigo.... no hay termino medio entre
dos puntos equidistantes en un plano politico y social de higiene
nacional..." Y la gallina que no lo entienda asi, que se vaya a
cacarear y romper los huevos a otro gallinero.
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Post by Juan Moreira
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Bush no puede estar mentalmente enfermo porque no tiene en dónde albergar la
enfermedad.
Ah! para eso existe el "Ipod"....
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RLunfa
Larga Vida Lunfa,

Gregg
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Juan
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Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
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"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
Juan Moreira
2005-11-04 14:21:24 UTC
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Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Juan
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
RLunfa
2005-11-04 14:30:50 UTC
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Sentendió perfestamente.

RLunfa
Post by Juan Moreira
Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Juan
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 02:20:43 UTC
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Post by Juan Moreira
Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Asi es... no hacia falta explicacion por algo tan obviamente claro
para el entendimiento y seres de buena voluntad...

De que hablaban, che?
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
Gregg
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
Juan Moreira
2005-11-06 12:10:55 UTC
Permalink
Le explico, gregg: Yo (Juan) escribí que en Texas habían ejecutado
"mentales". Alguien, acertadamente, lo corrigió, explicando que debía
decirse: "retardados mentales". Y para que no quepa duda lo increpó a Juan
"so tarado".

Juan

PS: Me olvidé de desearle una pronta y completa recuperación de su
operación. ¡Que la suerte le depare muchos polvos placenteros en los años
venideros!
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Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Asi es... no hacia falta explicacion por algo tan obviamente claro
para el entendimiento y seres de buena voluntad...
De que hablaban, che?
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
Gregg
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
RLunfa
2005-11-06 14:40:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Juan Moreira
Le explico, gregg: Yo (Juan) escribí que en Texas habían ejecutado
"mentales". Alguien, acertadamente, lo corrigió, explicando que debía
decirse: "retardados mentales".
El mentaje donde expresó "mentales" fue dirigido a mí y lo comprendí
perfectamente.
Desde chico fui muy vivaracho.
Post by Juan Moreira
Y para que no quepa duda lo increpó a Juan
"so tarado".
Qué raro que no lo hayan desafiado a duelo.
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
PS: Me olvidé de desearle una pronta y completa recuperación de su
operación. ¡Que la suerte le depare muchos polvos placenteros en los años
venideros!
Esto es muy correcto y conducente.
Larga vida al Greggo.
RLunfa
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Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Asi es... no hacia falta explicacion por algo tan obviamente claro
para el entendimiento y seres de buena voluntad...
De que hablaban, che?
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
Gregg
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él
era
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 19:15:47 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 6 Nov 2005 11:40:11 -0300, "RLunfa"
Post by RLunfa
Post by Juan Moreira
Le explico, gregg: Yo (Juan) escribí que en Texas habían ejecutado
"mentales". Alguien, acertadamente, lo corrigió, explicando que debía
decirse: "retardados mentales".
El mentaje donde expresó "mentales" fue dirigido a mí y lo comprendí
perfectamente.
Desde chico fui muy vivaracho.
Post by Juan Moreira
Y para que no quepa duda lo increpó a Juan
"so tarado".
Qué raro que no lo hayan desafiado a duelo.
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
PS: Me olvidé de desearle una pronta y completa recuperación de su
operación. ¡Que la suerte le depare muchos polvos placenteros en los años
venideros!
Esto es muy correcto y conducente.
Anoche me fui a calmar el dolor... a un nite clú niyorkino....
entre caminando con el baston y que??? Mis adoradas putas!!!
"HEYYYY HE IS BAAACKK!!!!! HEY GIRLS, LOOK WHO's COME!!!

Y yo... pubichito de mi... bechitos, bechitos y mas bechitos....

"Como te sintes tu, corazon?" me dijo la brasilera (mamma mia,
que culo! que tetas!! Que abuso!!!) y se sento a mi lado, haciendome
sobaditas en la barriga....

"Saludalo al socio, amorciño..." - le respondi....

Ella, a media luz... le dio una fuerte apretada de mano al socio....

Hummmmm... veo que alli no te duele.... - me dijo.

Para nada mujer divina... para nada... - respondi

Quieres que? (ella)

Ahora? (moi)

Si tu quieres.... (ella)

OK. (moi)

Que noche!!!! No pude conciliar el sueño... je,je,je,je,je,je....
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Larga vida al Greggo.
RLunfa
Larrrrga Vidaaa Lunfex!!!

Gregg
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Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Asi es... no hacia falta explicacion por algo tan obviamente claro
para el entendimiento y seres de buena voluntad...
De que hablaban, che?
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
Gregg
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Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos
nada
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Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él
era
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se
puede
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================

- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 19:06:22 UTC
Permalink
Post by Juan Moreira
Le explico, gregg: Yo (Juan) escribí que en Texas habían ejecutado
"mentales". Alguien, acertadamente, lo corrigió, explicando que debía
decirse: "retardados mentales". Y para que no quepa duda lo increpó a Juan
"so tarado".
Si, Juan... me entere de ese caso... fue hace un anio o dos, no es
asi? Realmente brutal lo que sucedio... queseyo, yo nunca estuve
de acuerdo con el Death Penalty, pienso y creo que no sirve como
herramienta de castigo, mucho menos como justificativo anti-criminal.
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
PS: Me olvidé de desearle una pronta y completa recuperación de su
operación. ¡Que la suerte le depare muchos polvos placenteros en los años
venideros!
Muchisimas gracias Juan! Yo tambien estoy ansioso porque
alguna doctora me ponga su estetocoscopio del ombligo
para abajo y decida tomarme el pulso de entrepiernas,,,, :)

Pero que cosita tan hermosa que son las mujeres caray!!!

Con una sonrisa te quitan hasta el dolor mas agudo... y con
una levantadita de polleras hasta la fiebre mas angustiosa.

Y cuando te despiertan del sopor y agonia de la anestesia???

Esos ojitos tan bellos!!! Y te miran a los ojos, asi, medias
agachaditas sobre tu cara... y siempre, cosa de no creer,
siempe se les abren los guardapolvos y dejan entrever sus
joyas.... pienso que en esos casos, no hay guardapolvos
que las guarden....de ningun polvo.... digo.

"I.... I..... I lov.... I love you doc...". - les decis medio boludo
por la anestesia.

"Me too... dear..." - te responden....

"E.... e.... eche.... eche....." - uno tartamudea del sopor.

"Echeme una mantita? Que le eche una mantita para el frio?"

"No..., di..., di... digo... digo que.... eche... echemonos un polvo!"

"Ahhh!!! So sweet you are..." - responden....

Y la sabana, comienza a elevarse del ombligo, para abajo....
fiel testimonio de que aun estas vivo! :)

Saludos, Juan.

Gregg
Post by Juan Moreira
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Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by Juan Moreira
Retardados mentales, so tarado.
Asi es... no hacia falta explicacion por algo tan obviamente claro
para el entendimiento y seres de buena voluntad...
De que hablaban, che?
Post by Juan Moreira
Juan
Gregg
Post by Juan Moreira
Post by Juan Moreira
Así es. La guillotina es un invento galo y en los EEUU no queremos nada
francés.
Para Bush, inyección letal, como mataron a 152 condenados cuando él era el
Gobernador de Texas.
En Texas han matado de ésa forma también mentales, de modo que se puede
aplicar también a Bush sin violar las leyes.
Juan
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 02:20:34 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 09:06:58 -0300, "RLunfa"
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
Gracias Lunfa!!! Tu un Rey entre Reyes... pocos sabran de tu
bondad, ya que esta fluye de un recurso de tu alma que el resto
del mundo tiene por amor al projimo, cuando no se preocupan de
saber de antemano quien es "el" projimo al que deben amar...
y, jamas comprenderan, por su incapacidad de entender, que
tu sabiduria te hace sabio, tu humildad te hace rico, y tu pobreza,
en solo pobreza de odios... que en realidad es mejor asi y que no
exista o que lo haga en proporciones mensurablemente irrevelantes
en este concilio de seres eternos que nos une en cyberspace.

Larga Vida, Lunfa... el mundo de Cyberspace brilla por tu
presencia.... que los otros compren linternas en el subterraneo
de Buenos Aires, como tu claramente, se los has hecho saber.

Gregg
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance, the
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the country
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest Supreme
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White House
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but on
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority support
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now, when
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in how
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now view
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past 18
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about Bush's
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the country
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half believe
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top political
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the administration
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score the
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with the
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not be
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not yet
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent -- believe
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are optimistic,
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high levels
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence in
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent or
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8 percent
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29 percent
of
Post by PINKO
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest recorded
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of Republicans
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall strength,
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year,
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
RLunfa
2005-11-06 03:15:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 09:06:58 -0300, "RLunfa"
Post by RLunfa
Larga vida al Greggo.
Mueran los salvajes unitarios.
Gracias Lunfa!!! Tu un Rey entre Reyes... pocos sabran de tu
bondad, ya que esta fluye de un recurso de tu alma que el resto
del mundo tiene por amor al projimo, cuando no se preocupan de
saber de antemano quien es "el" projimo al que deben amar...
y, jamas comprenderan, por su incapacidad de entender, que
tu sabiduria te hace sabio, tu humildad te hace rico, y tu pobreza,
en solo pobreza de odios... que en realidad es mejor asi y que no
exista o que lo haga en proporciones mensurablemente irrevelantes
en este concilio de seres eternos que nos une en cyberspace.
Larga Vida, Lunfa... el mundo de Cyberspace brilla por tu
presencia.... que los otros compren linternas en el subterraneo
de Buenos Aires, como tu claramente, se los has hecho saber.
A la mierr... me quedé sin parolas, querido Greggo.

Lo de las linternas fue un fiasco, te diré. Ese turro del panfleto ya había
cerrado el negocio, y ni un puto turco se asomó con mochila.

Por un momento pensé en un franchising de pochocleras pero hay mucha
competencia, así que vuelvo a mi idea primigenia de hace un tiempo atrás,
que es la fabricación de banderas de EEUU autoinflambles con material
piezoeléctrico y carga de butano incluida.
Ya tengo todo pensado.
Las banderitas vienen de Taiwan a dólares 0,07 la unidad, de polipropileno
(de poliestireno arden mejor pero son más caras), manguito con chispero y
carga de gas, de fabricación argentina y ensamble: 0,80 - packaging e
instrucciones impresas: 0,50 - o sea, las largo por dos dólares, no pago
impuestos, uso menesterosos en negro para la venta callejera al minoreo, y
al por mayor a partidos políticos y a cualquier organización de caballeros o
damas que quieran andar de onda y shastá, me enyeno de guita y me voy para
los esteits y ahí me cago en todo el mundo.

Que tul?

Have a long and beautifull life,
RLunfa
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Gregg
Post by RLunfa
RLunfa
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the
war
Post by PINKO
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance, the
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American
people.
Post by PINKO
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
Washington Post-ABC News Poll
Survey Sample
Survey Questions and Responses
Graphic
President Bush's Approval Ratings
Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
Reaction to Alito Nomination Generally Favorable
Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the country
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him
as
Post by PINKO
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Politics Trivia
Then-attorney I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby represented a person who was
pardoned by President Clinton in January 2001. Who was it?
Federico Pena
Vince Foster
Marc Rich
Susan McDougal
Who's Blogging?
Read what bloggers are saying about this article.
AmbivaBlog
Just a Bump in the Beltway
The Online Magazine Formerly Known As Rob's Blog
Full List of Blogs (53 links) »
Most Blogged About Articles
On washingtonpost.com | On the web
Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was
generally
Post by PINKO
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest Supreme
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too
conservative,
Post by PINKO
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White House
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but on
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of
his
Post by PINKO
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority support
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now, when
51
Post by PINKO
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in how
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now view
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past 18
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about Bush's
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the country
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal
the
Post by PINKO
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half believe
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top political
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove
should
Post by PINKO
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the
administration
Post by - GREGG - <***@hotmail.com>
Post by RLunfa
Post by PINKO
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level
of
Post by PINKO
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score the
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with the
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not be
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not yet
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about
the
Post by PINKO
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent -- believe
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are optimistic,
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high levels
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence in
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent or
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8 percent
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29 percent
of
Post by PINKO
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest recorded
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of Republicans
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall strength,
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year,
when
Post by PINKO
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of
the
Post by PINKO
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
--------------------
"I'm allowed to lick my balls. I'm allowed to sniff asses...
I shit anywhere in the yard, and hump anything that walks.
That's why I love being a dog..." (A Dog)
======================================================
* Over the Rainbow: http://tinyurl.com/ct8gb (IZ)
* http://www.geocities.com/airborne_col/America.html
My Task is so secret,I don't even know what I'm doing.
======================================================
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:32 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:37 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
ARIEL BOLUDOVSKY
2005-11-04 14:44:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by Adrey R
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Si que sabe que hacer. Monta un circo e invita a los payasos: Maradona,
Chavez, etc. Falto Castro esta vez.

Pero el libre comercio y la democracia ya no tienen quien las pare en el
mundo. Ni Argentina, ni Venezuela ni Hispanoamerica entera van a importar
un cuerno en el mundo del manyana. Seran China e India las que lleven la
batuta del mundo globalizado, las que consigan los contratos de las
multinacionales americanas, las que saquen millones de sus ciudadanos de la
pobreza, etc.

Esa es la realidad: Maradona y Cia no defienden otra cosa que la
perpetuacion de la pobreza y la miseria en la Argentina.

Boludos.

BOLUDOVSKY
--
http://www.antizp.com
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:26 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:45 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:40 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:48 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:52 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:29:56 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
UN CARNAVAL PATETICO
El zurdaje ya no sabe que hacer.
Como vive en los 70, sigue con las consignas de esa epoca, que los
paises que avanzan ya superaron hace rato.
Maradona de agitador politico.
Murgas.
Los ex terroristas con los mismos discursos.
Entre todos no superan un 3% de votos. Por eso solo les queda el
carnaval y el bombo.
Muchos mantenidos con fondos publicos, sueldos, planes, etc.
Todos en una imagen patetica del pasado, en un tren de 50 años de
antiguedad que el genio argentino no pudo todavia superar.
Un "Expreso de Oriente" donde no falta nada con el que no van a parar la
historia.
Ya hay ALCA: Chile y Mejico estan en un ALCA y no les va mal.
El terror del zurdaje es que el pais entre y le vaya bien.
La misma Kancilleria Montonera dice que en el ALCA la Argentina
exportaria 60.000 millones mas.
Esa es la verdad.
http://comunidad

www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:58:07 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
Como recuperar lo propio
POR DIOS ¡QUE ELEMENTALES QUE SON!
Ustedes ya son irrecuperables para la sociedad que van a recuperar si
cuando uno le vende el alma al diablo ya está o crees que te la va a
devolver, pero asuman que lo único que les importa es el dinero y lo
único que hacen en este foro es tratar de llevar mas gente para el
rebaño.-
No se dan cuenta que estan discutiendo con gente de pricipios muy
férreos como para doblegarlos.- A lo sumo nos pueden producir heridas
los comentarios cuasi de marginales que tienen, pero lo único que nos
dan es mas fuerzas para seguir luchando contra los corruptos que tenemos
aqui, mas los imbéciles que tiran línea desde todo el mundo, y me
despido con cuatro frases
NO SOY COMUNISTA
NO SOY POLITICO o CHARLATAN (para Zar que me la debe)
NO SOY MANTENIDO DEL ESTADO
SOY UN ARGENTINO CON HUEVOS ASI DE GRANDES
www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:58:23 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
Como recuperar lo propio
POR DIOS ¡QUE ELEMENTALES QUE SON!
Ustedes ya son irrecuperables para la sociedad que van a recuperar si
cuando uno le vende el alma al diablo ya está o crees que te la va a
devolver, pero asuman que lo único que les importa es el dinero y lo
único que hacen en este foro es tratar de llevar mas gente para el
rebaño.-
No se dan cuenta que estan discutiendo con gente de pricipios muy
férreos como para doblegarlos.- A lo sumo nos pueden producir heridas
los comentarios cuasi de marginales que tienen, pero lo único que nos
dan es mas fuerzas para seguir luchando contra los corruptos que tenemos
aqui, mas los imbéciles que tiran línea desde todo el mundo, y me
despido con cuatro frases
NO SOY COMUNISTA
NO SOY POLITICO o CHARLATAN (para Zar que me la debe)
NO SOY MANTENIDO DEL ESTADO
SOY UN ARGENTINO CON HUEVOS ASI DE GRANDES
www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:58:27 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
Como recuperar lo propio
POR DIOS ¡QUE ELEMENTALES QUE SON!
Ustedes ya son irrecuperables para la sociedad que van a recuperar si
cuando uno le vende el alma al diablo ya está o crees que te la va a
devolver, pero asuman que lo único que les importa es el dinero y lo
único que hacen en este foro es tratar de llevar mas gente para el
rebaño.-
No se dan cuenta que estan discutiendo con gente de pricipios muy
férreos como para doblegarlos.- A lo sumo nos pueden producir heridas
los comentarios cuasi de marginales que tienen, pero lo único que nos
dan es mas fuerzas para seguir luchando contra los corruptos que tenemos
aqui, mas los imbéciles que tiran línea desde todo el mundo, y me
despido con cuatro frases
NO SOY COMUNISTA
NO SOY POLITICO o CHARLATAN (para Zar que me la debe)
NO SOY MANTENIDO DEL ESTADO
SOY UN ARGENTINO CON HUEVOS ASI DE GRANDES
www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:58:35 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
Como recuperar lo propio
POR DIOS ¡QUE ELEMENTALES QUE SON!
Ustedes ya son irrecuperables para la sociedad que van a recuperar si
cuando uno le vende el alma al diablo ya está o crees que te la va a
devolver, pero asuman que lo único que les importa es el dinero y lo
único que hacen en este foro es tratar de llevar mas gente para el
rebaño.-
No se dan cuenta que estan discutiendo con gente de pricipios muy
férreos como para doblegarlos.- A lo sumo nos pueden producir heridas
los comentarios cuasi de marginales que tienen, pero lo único que nos
dan es mas fuerzas para seguir luchando contra los corruptos que tenemos
aqui, mas los imbéciles que tiran línea desde todo el mundo, y me
despido con cuatro frases
NO SOY COMUNISTA
NO SOY POLITICO o CHARLATAN (para Zar que me la debe)
NO SOY MANTENIDO DEL ESTADO
SOY UN ARGENTINO CON HUEVOS ASI DE GRANDES
www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:58:31 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
Como recuperar lo propio
POR DIOS ¡QUE ELEMENTALES QUE SON!
Ustedes ya son irrecuperables para la sociedad que van a recuperar si
cuando uno le vende el alma al diablo ya está o crees que te la va a
devolver, pero asuman que lo único que les importa es el dinero y lo
único que hacen en este foro es tratar de llevar mas gente para el
rebaño.-
No se dan cuenta que estan discutiendo con gente de pricipios muy
férreos como para doblegarlos.- A lo sumo nos pueden producir heridas
los comentarios cuasi de marginales que tienen, pero lo único que nos
dan es mas fuerzas para seguir luchando contra los corruptos que tenemos
aqui, mas los imbéciles que tiran línea desde todo el mundo, y me
despido con cuatro frases
NO SOY COMUNISTA
NO SOY POLITICO o CHARLATAN (para Zar que me la debe)
NO SOY MANTENIDO DEL ESTADO
SOY UN ARGENTINO CON HUEVOS ASI DE GRANDES
www.lanacion.com.ar
Adrey R
2005-11-04 14:58:40 UTC
Permalink
Asunto:
Como recuperar lo propio
POR DIOS ¡QUE ELEMENTALES QUE SON!
Ustedes ya son irrecuperables para la sociedad que van a recuperar si
cuando uno le vende el alma al diablo ya está o crees que te la va a
devolver, pero asuman que lo único que les importa es el dinero y lo
único que hacen en este foro es tratar de llevar mas gente para el
rebaño.-
No se dan cuenta que estan discutiendo con gente de pricipios muy
férreos como para doblegarlos.- A lo sumo nos pueden producir heridas
los comentarios cuasi de marginales que tienen, pero lo único que nos
dan es mas fuerzas para seguir luchando contra los corruptos que tenemos
aqui, mas los imbéciles que tiran línea desde todo el mundo, y me
despido con cuatro frases
NO SOY COMUNISTA
NO SOY POLITICO o CHARLATAN (para Zar que me la debe)
NO SOY MANTENIDO DEL ESTADO
SOY UN ARGENTINO CON HUEVOS ASI DE GRANDES
www.lanacion.com.ar
- GREGG - <TheScatologist@hotmail.com>
2005-11-06 02:20:36 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 06:51:26 -0500, "PINKO"
Post by PINKO
El golpe de gracia fue un posting del Greggo en el que lo ensalzaba. Ahora
el pueblo americano reclama la guillotina.
No creo en los seres humanos perfectos, solo hay uno, y soy yo.
Bush es, no fue ni sera... Bush es... y solo los perfectos somos lo
que somos, sin opcion a haber sido o llegar a ser.

En fin.... hoy opte por adecuarme a tu noneness y permitirte, en
mi voluntad, a ser algo, asi podes entender lo que solo aquellos
del Olimpo comprendemos mas alla de la comprension. Lo que
nos hace sabios de la sabiduria.

Nimiedades que los perfectos hemos optado por tolerar de
nuestros incomodos, mortales.... en particular los de Vermont.

Gregg
Post by PINKO
Bush's Popularity Reaches New Low
58 Percent in Poll Question His Integrity
By Richard Morin and Dan Balz
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, November 4, 2005; Page A01
For the first time in his presidency a majority of Americans question the
integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have
left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the war
on terrorism, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
On almost every key measure of presidential character and performance, the
survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American people.
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60
percent disapprove of his performance in office -- the highest level of
disapproval ever recorded for Bush in Post-ABC polls.
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Track President Bush's job approval rating over the course of his
presidency.
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Initial public reaction to new U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito
Jr. was generally favorable but far from enthusiastic as half the country
say he should be confirmed by the Senate and fewer than a third view him as
too conservative, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
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Virtually the only possible bright spot for Bush in the survey was generally
favorable, if not quite enthusiastic, early reaction to his latest Supreme
Court nominee, Samuel A. Alito Jr. Half of Americans say Alito should be
confirmed by the Senate, and less than a third view him as too conservative,
the poll found.
Overall, the survey underscores how several pillars of Bush's presidency
have begun to crumble under the combined weight of events and White House
mistakes. Bush's approval ratings have been in decline for months, but on
issues of personal trust, honesty and values, Bush has suffered some of his
most notable declines. Moreover, Bush has always retained majority support
on his handling of the U.S. campaign against terrorism -- until now, when 51
percent have registered disapproval.
The CIA leak case has apparently contributed to a withering decline in how
Americans view Bush personally. The survey found that 40 percent now view
him as honest and trustworthy -- a 13 percentage point drop in the past 18
months. Nearly 6 in 10 -- 58 percent -- said they have doubts about Bush's
honesty, the first time in his presidency that more than half the country
has questioned his personal integrity.
The indictment Friday of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's
former chief of staff, in the CIA leak case added to the burden of an
administration already reeling from a failed Supreme Court nomination,
public dissatisfaction with the economy and continued bloodshed in Iraq.
According to the survey, 52 percent say the charges against Libby signal the
presence of deeper ethical wrongdoing in the administration. Half believe
White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, the president's top political
hand, also did something wrong in the case -- about 6 in 10 say Rove should
resign.
Beyond the leak case, Americans give the administration low scores on
ethics, according to the survey, with 67 percent rating the administration
negatively on handling ethical matters, while just 32 percent give the
administration positive marks. Four in 10 -- 43 percent -- say the level of
ethics and honesty in the federal government has fallen during Bush's
presidency, while 17 percent say it has risen.
Faced with its cascade of recent setbacks, the White House is hoping the
latest court nomination can rally disaffected conservatives and score the
president a victory akin to the one he enjoyed in the nomination of Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Alito begins the confirmation process with the
support of 49 percent of the public, while 29 percent say he should not be
confirmed, the poll found. One in 5 Americans -- 22 percent -- did not yet
know enough about him to make a judgment.
The dissatisfaction with Bush flows in part out of broad concerns about the
overall direction of the country. Nearly 7 in 10 -- 68 percent -- believe
the country is seriously off course, while only 30 percent are optimistic,
the lowest level in more than nine years. Only 3 in 10 express high levels
of confidence in Bush, while half say they have little or no confidence in
this administration.
Just 35 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as either excellent or
good, with 65 percent describing it as not so good or poor. Although the
government reported last week that gross domestic product rose 3.8 percent
in the last quarter, despite the effects of Hurricane Katrina, 29 percent of
those surveyed said they regard the economy as poor, the highest recorded
during Bush's presidency.
Attitudes toward Bush are sharply polarized by party, as they have been
throughout his presidency. Almost 8 in 10 -- 78 percent -- of Republicans
support the president, while just 11 percent of Democrats rate him
positively. Republicans long have been the key to Bush's overall strength,
but Bush has suffered some defections since the beginning of the year, when
91 percent approved of the way he was handling his job.
Among independents, Bush's approval has plummeted since the beginning of the
year. In the latest poll, 33 percent of independents approved of his
performance, while 66 percent disapproved. In January, independents were
evenly divided, with 49 percent approving and an equal percentage
disapproving.
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