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29%

Discussion in 'General Political Discussion' started by Nightson, May 11, 2006.

  1. Nightson

    Nightson Take two snuggles and call me in the morning

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  2. SummerMadness

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    Ouch, and they'll probably dip lower after this database mess. Limbo, limbo, limbo, Mr. Bush.

    It's like he's trying to tie Nixon.
     
  3. Alarum

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    As the result of a highly scientific survey on the results, I have found the following data about that mysterious 29%

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  4. SummerMadness

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    No sir, you're thinking of Geico, not the president. :D
     
  5. CCGirl

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    Just curious....other than the fact that these are historically low numbers and it is enjoyable watching the burn, does it really mean anything?:confused:
     
  6. Nightson

    Nightson Take two snuggles and call me in the morning

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    Well, Bush being this unpopular will also hurt the republican congress. 2006 will likely show voter dissatisfaction. And it could influence the 2008 presidental race if the Republicans nominate anyone more right then moderate.

    Edit: But mostly because it's fun watching him burn
     
  7. SummerMadness

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    It doesn't mean anything if people decide to continue their support of this president by voting for a very corrupt Republican majority in November. What it also means is that the in-fighting may start to increase this summer as Republicans try to distance themselves from the President.
     
  8. CCGirl

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    I guess we can only hope, but it is really difficult to see much real difference between the Republicans and the Democrats, folks.:cry:
     
  9. SummerMadness

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    It truly is, it would be great to see everyone go third party this election, right or left, that would send Democrats and Republicans a message.
     
  10. Doctrine1st

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    In reality; no.

    If the price of gas were to go down tomorrow one could expect a rebound in his approval rating. The best thing politicians have going for them is we Americans are short sighted and possess rather short term memories.
     
  11. CCGirl

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    This is what needs to happen! :)
     
  12. Yusuf Evans

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    Actually a split-ticket would work better. Force the two sides to work together.
     
  13. Alabaster

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    What were Nixon's numbers at their lowest?
     
  14. SummerMadness

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    24%
     
  15. Ampoliros

    Ampoliros I'm my own wireless hotspot

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    A split ticket of *moderates*, probably, would be best. I can't imagine sticking a far-right Republican and a far-left Democrat in the White House together; it'd be like The Odd Couple, except they're trying to run a country. Not a good idea.

    It would, at least, serve to throw off the respective extremists in each party and make things a little less divisive (or so I'd hope).
     
  16. Thirst_For_Knowledge

    Thirst_For_Knowledge I Am A New Title

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    Really, it depends sole on why people are disapproving of Bush. If they are unhappy with his agenda and policies, then yes, it mean a lot. See, here in America, the Republicans in COngress have been a rubberstamp to BUsh, allowing everything that he has put forth. So, the Bush agenda and policies are actually the Republican agenda and policies.
     
  17. k9catts

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    Funny.....
    The more the decider tries to shore up his polls the lower they fall.

    But have no fear chicken hawsk. The decider has a war with Iran to drive his polls lower in our future. The war will drive them up a little but the $5+ per gallon will drive his polls to the teens.
     
  18. CCGirl

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    It wasn't just Nixon! George HW was down to about the same numbers!
     
  19. chalice_thunder

    chalice_thunder Senior Veteran

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    Santos-Vinnick
    ;)
     
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