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And his infamous bubble just will not pop. For years, George W. Bush's critics have alleged that he lives in a bubble, insulated from unpleasant facts. And now, after languishing in the polls for many, many months, it would appear that the bubble is still intact.
There are things you don't tell Grandma. Certain things might upset her, and it's best just to let her believe that everything is fine. But the President?
When he travels around the country, Bush feels less “antipathy” than he used to in the crowds, along the motorcade routes, and expressed by the individuals who talk to him at his events. “He feels there has been a shift in attitudes out there that’s not reflected in polling data,” the aide says. . .
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For a little reality on the situation, check this out. This is a list of the various polls (even the very much in the tank FOX "News") from the last four months. The very highest approval rating in the whole list is 35%. The highest disapproval rating is a whopping 73%.