Bush polling lower than a convicted felon

News & Politics

Convicted felon and ex-Illinois gov George Ryan polls higher than unconvicted possible felon George Bush in a new St. Louis Dispatch poll.

In Illinois, only 32 percent had a favorable opinion of Bush, while 35 percent had one of Ryan, also a Republican. That difference was within the poll's 3.5 percent standard of error but Ryan had a significantly lower negative rating, 56 percent, compared to 67 percent for Bush.
Which leads me to this advice for the president who can't climb out of his polling pit: Why not just try standing trial? Try anything once... (CLG)

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