Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Bruce's Rules of Thumb

#86: If you're one of eight people at a dinner party and, by the end of the evening, only one other person in the room doesn't think you're a complete assclown, you're doing something wrong.

If the President feels bad about the nation's opinion of him—a meager 25% of those surveyed in a June Gallup poll approve of Bush's performance—all he needs to do is pick up that same poll and keep reading. According to Gallup, just 14% of people express confidence in the current Congress. That's the lowest measure in the 34 years Gallup has been tracking government institutions.

(link via Polipundit, via Eric)