Thursday, August 18, 2011

Tea Anyone?

FACT- The Tea Party's popularity has dropped. Are Americans finally catching on? The Tea Party didn't exactly emerge from the debt ceiling fight smelling like a rose, according to a new CBS/New York Times poll. You know that I always read em.

The movement's unpopularity jumped to 40 percent, up from 29 percent in late April. And House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) now sports what Slate columnist Dave Wiegel calls a "Gingrichian" disapproval rating of 57 percent.

"(It's) a pyhrric victory for Democrats, but I'd bet they'll take it," Dave Wiegel writes.
Of course they will...You take what you can get...But more importantly, you take this discontent and buil on it!

Oh, and who do voters blame for exploding the federal budget deficit? Drum Roll please!The George W. Bush administration, hands down,( No mystery there!) with 44 percent. Fifteen percent apiece said President Obama or Congress. And 10 percent said all of the above. Guess that's why Republicans keep telling us to stop looking in the rearview mirror, huh?

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