madmex2000 Report This Comment
Date: June 05, 2007 12:59PM
Karl Rove not only didn't call Gingrich on the carpet, he did not call at
all—not because he agreed with him, of course, but because what was there to
say? None of the GOP's innumerable 2008 candidates defended George W. Bush,
whose name they rarely utter in any context, anywhere. In Congress, Republicans
privately called to thank Gingrich, claims his press aide, Rick Tyler. "The
general view was that it was long past time for someone to speak up," he
says.As an ongoing political enterprise—a machine with genuine admirers, loyal
supporters and a legacy to build on—the Bush presidency is perilously close to
flatlining. At this point in their tenures, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton had
job-approval ratings in the mid-50 percent range; in the most recent NEWSWEEK
Poll, Bush's hit an all-time low of 28. Established GOP figures in Blue States
shun him, even when he comes to raise money in closed-press events.
The consensus from ALMOST ALL Republicans is that Bush IS the worst president
since Jimmy Carter.
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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: June 05, 2007 07:06PM
Well thats all we need now TacoLoco2000 in love with Newt!
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: June 06, 2007 07:17AM
The history of this president hasn't been written yet. Madmex, opinions are
like assholes every one is different and yours stinks more than the rest.