In 2006 Democratic news organizations and pundits were cluck-clucking over the Dems winning control of Congress and Sen. Harry (“The war is lost”) Reid and Speaker Nancy Pelosi promising they’d give us a Congress we could believe in.
But that didn’t happen as journalist and blogger Don Surber explains:
Remember [last year] when only 14% approved of the job Congress is doing? A year later, only 9% do.The rest of Surber’s post’s here.
Rasmussen reported that under the leadership of Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, most people hate Congress.
It is not even close.
The congressional job approval is 9%.
Among independents, only 3% approve of Congress. That’s within the margin of error, which means there is a chance no independent approves.
In light of the Rasmussen poll findings, will Sen. Barack Obama now say:
“I could no more disown this session of Congress than I can the black community?"Or will we hear the Senator say something like:
"I'm deeply saddened. That's not the Democratic Congress I knew."Probably not.
But why isn’t MSM reporting more about the Rasmussen findings?
I’ll bet most of you know why.