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Public Fed Up With Bush and Congress:Poll

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posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 04:22 PM
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WASHINGTON - A soured public has given President Bush and Congress record low approval ratings in the latest Associated Press-Ipsos poll, underscoring the toll taken by fretful economic woes and long-lasting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The survey, released Tuesday, also set a new AP-Ipsos floor for the number of people saying the country is heading in the right direction. Just 16 percent said the country is moving the right way, a virtual tie with the 17 percent who said so last month.


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rawstory.com...

My feeling is that if the public at large had any idea just how treasonous and criminalistic all these people were, and how they are all covering each other's backs, these numbers would be a heck of a lot lower. Case in point:

www.topsecret.com...

The entire lot of these folks are CRIMINALS. The public, for the most part is only aware of what a crappy job they have done on the economy and keeping these illegal and endless profiteering wars going at the taxpayers expense. They are not even aware of all the collusional illegal and treasonous activities that are rife throughout this system, and that these thugs are all in on the act, signing off on one criminal enterprise after another, and covering each others backs while doing it. I can't even believe what I'm witnessing anymore, it is like something out of a orwellian horror scenario come to life...




posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 04:29 PM
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Looks like the crime family fared even worse in the latest Gallup polls...


PRINCETON, NJ -- Congress' job approval rating has dropped five percentage points over the past month, from 19% in June to 14% in July, making the current reading the lowest congressional job approval rating in the 34-year Gallup Poll history of asking the question. The previous low was 18%, last reached in May.


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