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    Talking 59% of Americans think Bush can't manage government at all.

    Friday, March 03, 2006
    by John in DC - 3/03/2006 10:31:00 AM
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    http://www.editorandpublisher.com/ea..._id=1002115227

    Bush's handling of Iraq drew the support of just 35%, while 64 percent said they disapprove.

    Of the 1,020 adults surveyed, 59% said President Bush can no longer manage the government effectively....

    While newspaper editorials remain virtually silent on the subject, the American public seems to have made up its mind. A new Gallup/CNN/USA Today poll out tonight shows that 2 out of 3 adult Americans now want U.S. troops to start to come home from Iraq. And 55% call the decision to attack Iraq in 2003 a "mistake."


    Remember what I wrote the other day. I think Bush's presidency is in serious jeopardy. He no longer has the confidence of the American people, but in the sense that they don't think he's capable of running the government, and that puts our lives at risk. I don't think he'll be impeached, only because people might be wary of going down that path again. But that only leaves the option of Bush resigning, a la Nixon.

    Yes, it's far fetched at the moment. But at the moment, Bush is in serious trouble and things are only getting worse. We have 3 more years until the next election - as of today, I don't see how Bush survives.
    Frankly, it's still hard to imagine the number being somewhere in the 89% range, but some people are kinda slow in the head.
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    Default Re: 59% of Americans think Bush can't manage government at all.

    If there is no threat of impeachment, he would not voluntarily resign....
    not even if there was a big upset in the 2006 elections and they had
    a judge turn liberal on them.

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