Russ Feingold's censure resolution against Bush was, in the words of the Senator himself, occasioned by the President's "low" poll numbers.
Whose poll numbers are these? CBS News'? I don't know. I don't know the methodology, either. But we all hear the numbers. Thirty-five percent? Maybe. Thirty-nine percent approval rating? Okay.
What do these numbers translate to? If they are an accurate reflection of the mood of the American People, then they are a landslide of electoral rejection. They are poisonous to the party and, if real, would be routinely driving the party to distance itself from him.
So how many United States Senators does this equal?
I mean...those numbers, you know. They're so low. So tantalizingly, synergistically, meretriciously, conspiratorially low.
And all you can scrape up off the Senate floor is Tom Harkin? That's one.
It's time for asshole liars to admit that those poll numbers are meaningless. They're the contrivance of Big Media and their asshole partisan friends who would like to see this President attacked more often by more kinds of people.
Go stuff your poll numbers up your Ted Kennedy.