A friend passes along the latest USA Today/Gallup poll, which has Bush with his lowest numbers ever, 34 percent approval. We admit the GOP response, in the context of coming congressional elections, carries plenty of weight.
A spokesman for the House Republicans' campaign committee, Carl Forti, said unhappiness with Bush doesn't doom the GOP's 29-seat House majority because "President Bush is not on the ballot."
Forti also noted that the poll showed 59% of respondents said their own representative deserves to be re-elected. However, poll data show that's the lowest percentage since 1994, when Republicans won control of Congress from the Democrats.
That should be, "Can you say Kansas, yada, yada."
Seems to me the Hog Roast was last night at Auburn.
Same old song, Joe Quimby! Just the 60th verse.