Thursday, December 15, 2005

Congress in free fall

According to a December 9-12 poll by NBC/WSJ of 1,006 voters nationwide, just 25% approve of the job Congress is doing.

And poxes all around:

But the poll finds that a whopping 79 percent believe both political parties have an equal problem with corruption and illegal activities. Just 12 percent say Republicans have a bigger problem, while 5 percent say Democrats have the bigger problem.

“Corruption is not just something that people place on Republicans,” says Hart, the Democratic pollster. “Most people see it as both parties.”

Time for someone to come up with an agenda, eh?

One other note: there's no way to get to 79% of Americans without substantial numbers of Republican and Democratic voters. Both parties have a problem with their base on this issue.


  • Are these senators running for president fooling themselves?

    By Blogger Thomas, at 1:09 PM  

  • I want to see Richard Pombo, Steny Hoyer and his fat friend Ike Skelton all go down in flames.

    Get out the warrants and search the whole place....apparently bribery is a common element of this congress.

    Hardly any members are clean...

    Especially not John Dolittle and Rahm Emanuel....worst of the worst...When's Bob Ney going down, rip open all the subpoenas and start the trials.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:10 PM  

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