Saturday, May 13, 2006

What about Nixon?

Think George W.'s polls can't get much bleaker? It doesn't get any lower than this:

When asked which man was more honest as president, poll respondents were more evenly divided, with the numbers -- 46 percent Clinton to 41 percent Bush -- falling within the poll's margin of error. The same was true for a question on handling national security: 46 percent said Clinton performed better; 42 percent picked Bush.

When you're considered less honest than Lonesome Rhodes, it's time to hang it up.

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