The New York Times cites a poll that has been taken since the early 1990s, asking whether the country is on the right track or the wrong track. Some 81% now say we're on the wrong track, the highest percent recorded, up from 69% a year ago. With the economy faltering, and the war in Iraq continuing, the public's mood is especially sour. According to the article, "the unhappiness presents clear risks for Republicans in this year's elections, given the continued unpopularity of President Bush."
Wish we could get Dumbya out to start campaigning daily for Sen. McSame.