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  •  They approve of his screwing up (4.00)
    10% of Democrats are so pleased with the President's ineptitude, that they don't feel we need to act against his policies anymore. They're just very optimistic about his causing his own demise. Big Sophocles fans really.

    What do members of the Repub. leadership say when they bump into Pres. Bush? "Pardon me."

    by mungley on Thu Nov 10, 2005 at 04:52:52 PM PST

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    •  Jesus (none)
      Talk about looking on the bright side.  Here I was thinking that at least 10% of Democrats are either dumb, silly, or irretrieva... waitaminit... YOU'RE KARL ROVE!

      Or at least his liberal kid brother Joey.

      You can never ask too many questions.

      by socratic on Thu Nov 10, 2005 at 05:56:20 PM PST

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      •  You're just jealous that I mentioned Sophocles (none)
        instead of Socrates.

        Actually I can't imagine that 10% of Democrats are happy with President Bush. I can't imagine that there are any Republicans happy with him either.  I figure the Dems must all be persons of interest, military or CIA families, or folks who got FBI "security letters." Basically anyone who might be afraid to criticize the Administration.

        What do members of the Repub. leadership say when they bump into Pres. Bush? "Pardon me."

        by mungley on Thu Nov 10, 2005 at 10:28:17 PM PST

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      •  Oh no (none)
        I think that's the 10% of Dixiecrats and Panhandle- Democrats. It's actually a good thing it's just 10%, in the Reagan years, a much bigger bunch of "democrats" approved him throughout his term.

        Then again, I guess you could argue Bushwack is a much bigger mess...at least Reagan's advisors didn't get arrested by the FBI.

        The Chimperor has no popularity, but he has Turd Blossom.

        by Jonesyboy on Fri Nov 11, 2005 at 04:32:08 AM PST

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