June 15, 2006

Bush’s approval ratings down, but not as low as you would think, following Zarqawi capture

Posted in political satire, US News at 5:10 am by thewashingtonbeltsider

by Tom Toburn

In yesterday’s CNN/USA today poll, President Bush, it could be argued, has rebounded slightly in the public’s sentiment, in that his approval rating is no longer within  the margin of error for the lowest marks of any presidency in recorded history.  “In fact, if his approval were to improve just a teeny, tiny, eentsy weentsy bit, it would be higher than the approval for President Harding during the Teapot Dome Scandal,” said poll analyst Tim McIntyre. 

“In addition,” Republican pollster Tom Gleason said,”almost a plurality in this poll said they would not turn around and run the other way if they saw the President walking down the street.”


1 Comment »

  1. Al said,

    We still don’t know that.

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