Apparently, our dear incompetent Nancy Pelosi believes President Bush...personally...is a complete failure:
"You know, God bless him, bless his heart, president of the United States, a total failure, losing all credibility with the American people on the economy, on the war, on energy, you name the subject," Pelosi replied. She then tsk-tsked Bush for "challenging Congress when we are trying to sweep up after his mess over and over and over again."
Funny... the Democrat media wing (aka National Public Radio) says Congressional approval is lower than Bush's. Seems to me Nancy didn't get that memo. In fact, it seems Nancy is under the impression that the Democrats are running against GWB in 2008, given how much time and energy they spend trashing the guy leaving instead of focusing on the next one coming in. Poor, poor, pitiful Pelosi.
Her stick buddy in the Senate has similar delusions. In the same article, the Reidster is quoted thusly:
"Who would be afraid of him?" Reid, D-Nev., said as many senators looked on. "He's got a 29 percent approval rating."
If the criteria for political fear is based on approval ratings, ol' Harry and Nance must be scared to death right now...of themselves.
What they have to show for their ...ahem... "leadership in the majority" is a doubling of gas prices, a crumbling economy, a war that has succeeded IN SPITE of their sorry selves, and a bunch of renamed Post Offices.
Total failure? I think we know who that label really belongs to.