September 22, 2005

Its official! Bush: One of the worst disasters to hit the U.S.

I knew they'd all wise up eventually. via rivertribe


Happy Hiker said...

The "amazing" images of hurricane Katrina are fakes. It's been all over the news here in the states.

However, I am not sure if "they'd" will ever wise up. Not until the next election anyways.

Bravo 2-1 said...

I beg to differ. I am no optimist, but I think he will be forced to resign. Things are really jumpy in the States now (or is that my afternoon coffee?) and I think there is now a glass ceiling on Bush's approval rating. It will not surpass 40-42 percent.

Call that my political gut reaction. Of course, I got trounced in the general election for student body president -- but I knew I was going to get trounced!

DAVE BONES said...

really? You think its that serious? I can't imagine Bush rssigning, but I'm not watching your media.

Bravo 2-1 said...

I just have this gut feeling. He's going to have to survive 3 more years of Iraq, Al Qaeda, Deficits... It's a tough run, and I think it's starting to get to him. He looked really shaky when the criticism was at a crescendo after the first Hurricane. I think, when you get down to it, he's a small man with low self esteem. He's also an emotional, dry drunk (as opposed to me: a cold wet drunk.)

If he gets trounced in 2006, if it looks real real real bad (inspite of gerrymandering and all that) who knows.

What will be interesting is if there is a Katrina Commission (independent, not GOP whitewash) and that will only result from the MSM and the blogosphere (Not the Dems, except for Billary and certainly not the GOP.) But, if that commission gets going and scalps Chertoff and chides the president before 2006... and Iraq is one part civil war and one part Iranian protectorate (which it will be)...

This is a rambling, sorry. It is a dark day for my country.

DAVE BONES said...

Interesting. All the repubs I speak to online seem to think everyone loves him still.

I think someone made the point that the media were against Bush this time because they realised they swallowed his post 9/11 line and couldn't be seen to do the same thing again.

Bravo 2-1 said...

It is possible that they are more diligent in their work... but I think that is what they should be like anyway. Maybe they were shocked out of 9/11 -- which is understandable.

But the MSM is emboldened by the poll numbers to press hard, and that affects the poll numbers. Iraq is also a rock around Bush's kneck, or an albatross, and it is not going to get any better.

I'd love to see what those Repubs are saying. They must be on the Moon.

DAVE BONES said...

They are an interesting bunch. Click on rightwingsparkle's blog. I am on there all the time.

If you can be civil to Republican's I'm sure you can join in at any time.

Indigobusiness said...

W has never been nearly as loved as his machine has made him seem. His image is even more of a carefully crafted facade than Reagan's was.

W's house-of-cards is fixing to tumble.

My political blog chronocles the follies.


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