Thursday, May 01, 2008

Bush Disapproval Highest In History

Finally a vast majority realizes that this mental midget is an unmitigated disaster as President.
A new poll suggests that President Bush is the most unpopular president in modern American history.
A CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey released Thursday indicates that 71 percent of the American public disapprove of how Bush is handling his job as president.

"No president has ever had a higher disapproval rating in any CNN or Gallup Poll; in fact, this is the first time that any president's disapproval rating has cracked the 70 percent mark," said Keating Holland, CNN's polling director.

"Bush's approval rating, which stands at 28 percent in our new poll, remains better than the all-time lows set by Harry Truman and Richard Nixon [22 percent and 24 percent, respectively], but even those two presidents never got a disapproval rating in the 70s," Holland said. "The previous all-time record in CNN or Gallup polling was set by Truman, 67 percent disapproval in January 1952."
He still has a 28% approval rating which absolutely stuns me. Who are these 28%. The only one I seem to know is that bottled blond bimbo Elisabeth Hasselbeck of "The View". She supports this war because its not her family dying in it. Her husband is a third string quarterback who could stay home and watch the kids while she enlists. People like her make me sick but its people like her that support this moron.

John McCain is just more of the same so if you think you didn't like the original wait to see what new found hells a McCain presidency would bring.

President Bush and his administration have single handedly ruined this great nation by destroying its finances, its reputation and its standing in the world. He should have a 100% disapproval rating but he still has time to get to that point. He is without a doubt the worst, most unqualified Presdient in United States history. January 2009 can not come soon enough but only time will tell if its coming too late.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Housing Prices Post Record Declines

Las Vegas, Miami and Phoenix all saw prices plummet by at least 20%. And so far, there is no sign of a bottom.
Home prices have posted another record decline, as most of the nation's largest markets suffered double-digit drops over last year, a survey released Tuesday shows.

The S&P Case/Shiller Home Price Index, which tracks 20 of the largest housing markets, showed prices plummeting by 12.7% in the 12 months ending February. That's the biggest fall since the index began tracking prices in 2000.

Of those 20 metro areas, 17 posted their largest year-over-year declines ever. Ten of the 20 cities posted double-digit dips.

The 10-city Case/Shiller index is down 13.6% year-over-year, the biggest drop since its launch in 1987.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Scalia "Get Over It"

Hey Scalia try telling that to the families of all those who are dead as a result of this Bush Presidency. Imagine if it was your child killed in a war based on lies started by a moronic asshole that didn't even win the election. I bet you would think very differently but hey your kids would never be there. People like you make me sick.