Americans Facing Reality
It’s a day in which we see signs of victory for reality over the Orwellian deceptions of Bush World.
It comes as no surprise to read that an new investigation shows that Bush failed to make adequate postwar plans. AP Reports that “An independent panel headed by two former U.S. national security advisers said Wednesday that chaos in Iraq was due in part to inadequate postwar planning.”
More people are looking at Iraq in a more realistic manner and seeing through the Bush lies according to this Gallup Poll:
For the first time, a majority of Americans, 51%, say the Bush administration deliberately misled the public about whether Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction — the reason Bush emphasized in making the case for invading. The administration’s credibility on the issue has been steadily eroding since 2003.
A Quinnipiac Poll shows further deterioration in Bush’s support, as well as that of Congress. Those so-called activist judges do much better:
American voters disapprove of the job President George W. Bush is doing 53 - 41 percent, his lowest approval rating since becoming President. This compares to a 50 - 44 percent disapproval in a May 25 Quinnipiac University poll.
Voters disapprove 60 - 30 percent of the way Congress is doing its job and approve 50 - 39 percent of the way the Supreme Court is doing its job.
“The judges outscore the President and Congress on job performance,” Carroll said.