Bush Approval Rating Hits All-Time Lo...

Bush Approval Rating Hits All-Time Low in New CBS Poll

There are 35 comments on the Editor & Publisher story from Feb 27, 2006, titled Bush Approval Rating Hits All-Time Low in New CBS Poll. In it, Editor & Publisher reports that:

Bush Approval Rating Hits All-Time Low in New CBS Poll By E&P Staff Published: February 27, 2006 9:20 PM ET NEW YORK A new CBS News poll released late Monday places President George W. Bush's approval ...

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James

Kirkland, WA

#1 Feb 27, 2006
Can we as a nation of freedom say...Impeachment?
Dr Juan Valdez

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Feb 27, 2006
If America would let us hispanics run the country as in South America we would nationalize much of the large wealth so there would be little need for this kind of war.
Jen

Santa Barbara, CA

#4 Feb 28, 2006
James wrote:
Can we as a nation of freedom say...Impeachment?
Seriously!!! The rest of the country is finally beginning to see what many of us have seen for a long time now. Since the popular opinion of the country disapproves of him and he has broken various laws there is no reason not too!
tom

UK

#5 Feb 28, 2006
big deal its not like hes smart
hoarstone

Slovakia

#6 Feb 28, 2006
Dr Juan Valdez wrote:
If America would let us hispanics run the country as in South America we would nationalize much of the large wealth so there would be little need for this kind of war.
Hispanics to run USA ? Are you kidding ? Take a look at South Americas. Who wants to be poor socialist ?
beejay

India

#8 Feb 28, 2006
Well Richard Nixon Richard Nixon had served a total of 2,026 days as the 37th President of the United States. He left office with 2 1/2 years of his second term remaining. A total of 25 officials from his administration, including four cabinet members, were eventually convicted and imprisoned for various crimes. All thanks to Watergate. So it is possible to ge some one out of office!

"George Bush is doing what is best for the United States.

Next year at this time we will have a new president who will be able to be Commander In Chief for 4 years. All of our current problems will be gone......shaaaazzzzzzaaaaammm mmm"

Totally disagree with you! Best for the United States and even with a new President...all current WILL NOT BE GONE! You are spending $500Billion Dollars on a war alot of people did not want. Mothers have lost sons to a what..can't call it a war..because it was never declared as such. So another Viet Nam or Korea!
beejay

India

#9 Feb 28, 2006
My Aunt has lost her son in Iraq. All thanks to President Bush and Tony Blair. All for what?
What can a person tell some one who has lost a son or daughter? Oh they died fighting for their country? That is such crap! This isn't a war. How can anyone say that President Bush is such a good President is stupid.
Yeah

Jacksonville, FL

#10 Feb 28, 2006
I can't stand him
Kearney

Columbia, MD

#11 Feb 28, 2006
It's funny it seems that large part of the country goes along with the majority opinion.... no matter whose majority it is. I guess they figure the majority can't be wrong.

So once that middle range is broken everyone wants to leap on the bandwagon... I wonder how many people will go around pretending that they never voted for Bush & Cheney? There would be no way knowing unless they announced who hey voted for...:)
Realist

Corpus Christi, TX

#12 Feb 28, 2006
The President has made many mistakes, none of which are impeachable offenses. I hate it that he has never vetoed the stupid spending bills he is given. I hate it that he is tone deaf, doing what is needed rather than kissing the ass of Congress so they think it is their idea. I hate it that he keeps trying to suck up to the liberals as a "uniter rather than a divider" when the clear evidence is that liberals would not urinate on him if his lips were on fire. I hate it that he keeps calling Clinton "brother" when Clinton keeps kicking him in the ass. I hate it that he never uses his bully pulpit to kick liberals in the ass. Winston Churchill once said, "The best argument against democracy is a five minute discussion with the average voter." I hate it that the comments I read here don't even rise to the level of "average voter."
Stiv

Philadelphia, PA

#13 Feb 28, 2006
There's absolutely no legal grounds for impeachment.

You Dems better stop whining and start planning otherwise your party may become irrelavent before you know it. Actually I think that's a good thing because that will be the surest way for a legit 3rd party to finally break into the mainstream concious.
beejay

UK

#14 Feb 28, 2006
You have a President that likes going to war and a Vice President that shot some one. What a combination! Violence twosome comes to mind. Sounds like a gangland movie.
beejay

UK

#15 Feb 28, 2006
"The best argument against democracy is a five minute discussion with the average voter." I hate it that the comments I read here don't even rise to the level of "average voter." Realist Portland, TX quote:

What is your definition of "level of "average voter?"
I am an American in England. Living outside the USA as a American citizen gives a person a whole new outlook.
foxxes

United States

#16 Feb 28, 2006
Realist wrote:
The President has made many mistakes, none of which are impeachable offenses. I hate it that he has never vetoed the stupid spending bills he is given. I hate it that he is tone deaf, doing what is needed rather than kissing the ass of Congress so they think it is their idea. I hate it that he keeps trying to suck up to the liberals as a "uniter rather than a divider" when the clear evidence is that liberals would not urinate on him if his lips were on fire. I hate it that he keeps calling Clinton "brother" when Clinton keeps kicking him in the ass. I hate it that he never uses his bully pulpit to kick liberals in the ass. Winston Churchill once said, "The best argument against democracy is a five minute discussion with the average voter." I hate it that the comments I read here don't even rise to the level of "average voter."
Politics is nothing more than a cruel joke on gulible Americans. Gasoline was 95 cents a gal when Clinton was president and $2.26 this morning. I vote my pocketbook, nothing more, nothing less. Go buy yourself a flag and cheer for your candidate of choice,,, I'll check my lil' crystal ball, the one I call my pocketbook for direction on political choice. BTW, I dont see Smirky or his friends in my voting future anytime soon.

Since: Feb 06

Location hidden

#17 Feb 28, 2006
Jay Weaver wrote:
George Bush is doing what is best for the United States.

Next year at this time we will have a new president who will be able to be Commander In Chief for 4 years. All of our current problems will be gone......shaaaazzzzzzaaaaammm mmm!

May your grandchildren grow up and live to a ripe old age in a country that is afraid to take care of business now. I have no grandchildren so it does not matter to me.

To: James
Bellevue, WA Reply ยป 3 hours ago
Can we as a nation of freedom say...Impeachment?
I doubt it James because we could not impeach a sitting president who got a blow job from an intern on "company time" and lied to the whole world by repeating over and over "I did not have sex with that woman"
If is like an elephant in the frig. I think Bush will finish his term, and if we did have a new president next year there would just be 2 years left on Cheney's term.

Since: Feb 06

Location hidden

#18 Feb 28, 2006
James wrote:
Can we as a nation of freedom say...Impeachment?
OK, do waht Dick Cheney for President. That is what you would get. Think ahead young man.
schro

United States

#19 Feb 28, 2006
What took so long???
Darwins Stepchild

AOL

#20 Feb 28, 2006
Robert Newell wrote:
<quoted text>
OK, do waht Dick Cheney for President. That is what you would get. Think ahead young man.
Saw a news story today that Cheney is going to retire at the end of the year. Don't know if this is just speculation.
Jen

Santa Barbara, CA

#21 Feb 28, 2006
Stiv wrote:
There's absolutely no legal grounds for impeachment.
Well, for starters, wiretapping US citizens without a warrent is illegal...
circumvent

Mcdonough, GA

#22 Feb 28, 2006
maybe chaney has a plan to become president out of office; he can circumvent the constitution.

and, bush is just trying to raise his poll percentage like reagan did by going to war with iran.

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