Sunday, September 03, 2006

Wyoming Newspaper Prints Front-Page Analysis Critical Of Bush

How surprised would you be to see a front-page analysis criticizing President Bush ... in a Wyoming newspaper?

Support for the president is just 50% in Vice President Cheney's home state. Still, Cheyenne-area residents must have been surprised to see on the front-page of Saturday's Wyoming Tribune-Eagle an Associated Press analysis with the headline, "Bush Struggles To Deliver On Promises, Threats."

The analysis says front-and-center, "President Bush is finding it increasingly hard to make good on foreign-policy promises or threats." It goes on to point out the obvious: "Iran and North Korea ignore his insistence that they must not have nuclear weapons. Syria turns a deaf ear to U.S. demands that it stop supporting terrorists."

4 Comments:

Anonymous trinity said...

"The analysis says front-and-center, "President Bush is finding it increasingly hard to make good on foreign-policy promises or threats." It goes on to point out the obvious: "Iran and North Korea ignore his insistence that they must not have nuclear weapons. Syria turns a deaf ear to U.S. demands that it stop supporting terrorists." "

Yes. As opposed to the breathtaking success the feckless U.N. has had in solving these same problems, no matter how many resolutions they issue. You know. The United Nations. The organization that was created to work out these kinds of problems. Talk about a paper tiger.

4:37 PM  
Blogger maxcat06 said...

And that makes Bush's foreign-policy policies well thought out, how?
You take one failed policy and try to excuse it with another?

8:21 PM  
Anonymous napi21 said...

I'm glad to see that, buthow many papers does WY have?

Because of it'srelatively small population, I would have thought the would only have one, but the article says "one of". Is it possible that one of them is liberal or at least neutral?

10:58 PM  
Anonymous jody said...

The article cites old stats. Wyoming today has 52% approval for bush, 45%

disapproval.

Bush has positive net approval in four states, Utah (21%), Idaho (15%), Wyoming (7%), and Oklahoma (4%).

For the nation it's (-22%)

Source APPROVAL RATING FOR GEORGE W BUSH AS OF 08/15/06

10:59 PM  

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