Friday, November 04, 2005
Currently 39 percent approve of the job he is doing as president, while 60 percent disapprove of his performance in officeThis really means that only one percent of those polled had no opinion one way or the other as to Bush's job performance. ONE PERCENT!
I think this is concrete proof that the undecideds basically do not exist. The poll was taken of 1,202 randomly selected households. Out of that sample only 12 people had no opinion of this presidents job performance. And needless to say, it is very apparent that many of those who previously held no opinion are not liking what they are seeing from this president.
Let me end this post with a laugher at the end of the story from Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman. (I think I'm gonna start calling him Kenneth to not besmirch my given name)
Told of the poll results, Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman said Bush will rally support through such issues as education reform, changes to the tax code, and a new energy strategy to show the public that he "will continue to push for changes in our government to serve the American people."Yeah Kenneth... and UFO's piloted by Republican Aliens from Zurphalipan are going to drop cute little ponies into the back yards of all the good little girls of America. If Bush wants to push for change in government to serve the American people I would suggest the first and best course of action would be to tender his resignation.
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