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Some 41 percent of all registered voters say they will definitely vote against Bush; just 29 percent say they will definitely vote for him. So Bush must woo about seven in ten swing voters -- not a difficult task for a popular incumbent, but far from a certainty.
If this was the case, and it seems very likely that it is. I would have to say that North Korea is the only viable "next target." I for one believe in war but only for wars that have purpose. I for one would die for my country and be bled dry for the people in it, but I would not so much as lift a finger to assist our present government in war for reelection. If north Korea becomes an actual threat (I know they have nukes but they cannot launch them yet) then I would be more then happy to help riddle their country with an M16.
I can see bush re-starting another war just in time, so they Can not have another election.
Despert times call for despert measures. Those with power will do anything to hold onto it. Princess Lea said it best: The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more star systems will slip through your fingers. I believe this will hold true as it pretains to G.W.
Now we see what Bush will pull out of his hat.........
Originally posted by Toltec
Just saw an Reuters pole which show's President Bush's aproval rating is down from 63% to 52%.
According to the Declaration, the reason people create any government at all is to secure and protect their unalienable rights. There is no other reason for its existence. In fact the Declaration points out that “when any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it.
New York State voters have sent President George W. Bush's approval plummeting to its lowest rating ever, 42 -- 53 percent, as several Democratic contenders now beat the Republican incumbent, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
President Bush had a 52 -- 42 percent approval rating in New York State in a June 26 survey by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University. Bush's previous low was a 44 -- 47 percent approval in New York State in June, 2001.