In a Gallup poll taken in early April - that is, before the release of the Downing Street Memo - 50 percent of those polled agreed with the proposition that the administration "deliberately misled the American public" about Iraq's W.M.D. In a new Rasmussen poll, 49 percent said that Mr. Bush was more responsible for the war than Saddam Hussein, versus 44 percent who blamed Saddam.As America tires of its "War President" it might not be surprising to see it also grow weary of its "War Denomination." The Library of Congress has been recording the cheerleading of SBC leadership to go into this war for all time and history.
Once the media catch up with the public, we'll be able to start talking seriously about how to get out of Iraq.
Saturday, June 25, 2005
Paul Krugman has written an insightful essay about the significance of the decreasing popularity of America's War President. Here's a quote:
Posted by Bruce Prescott at 9:05 AM