Bush is always sayng he doesn’t pay attention to polls. Of course, he says that because polls show that people like to hear that.
So the polls for Bush have been dropping, and obviously Bush us reading these polls. That’s why he’s out accusing his critics of treason…
Bush accuses Iraq critics of “rewriting history” and endangering troops
Cheney attacks war critics as `dishonest, reprehensible’
Stung over Iraq, White House takes offensive
White House attempts to reverse declining support over Iraq
Bush’s Attacks on Iraq War Critics Seek to Salvage Credibility
Bush turns to political base as war support wanes
Meanwhile, Bush Gang Swore Saddam Was Behind 9/11 In Lawsuit,
Much to the dismay of President Bush, Americans can remember all on their own, without any coaching from Democrats, that in the run up to war in Iraq, it was top official from the administration who were making the claim that Saddam was in cahoots with bin Laden and that he was secretly involved to 9/11.
The fact that the administration’s disinformation campaign was entirely successful is evidenced by an October 2004, Harris Poll, taken three weeks before the last presidential election, which reported that 62% of all voters, and 84% of those planning to vote for Bush, still believed that Saddam had ”strong links” to Al Qaeda, and that 41% of all voters, and 52% of Bush backers, believed that Saddam had ”helped plan and support the hijackers” who had attacked the country on 9/11.
[. . .] The lawsuit represents the one and only time that the truth or falsity of the Saddam-9/11 connection has ever been tested. In the end, the Judge in the case delivered a verdict in favor of the families based on specific claims by Mylroie and top administration officials, that a definite link between Saddam and 9/11 did in fact exist.
US District Court Judge, Harold Baer, entered a default judgment for the plaintiffs in January 2003, because the time allowed for a response had passed, and the defendants had failed to file an answer to the plaintiff’s complaint.
. . . In his written findings, Judge Baer acknowledged that he based his decision on the statements of Woolsey, Powell, Tenet, and Mylroie, all of whom he considered experts on the Saddam-9/11 connection, and said: “The opinion testimony of the plaintiffs’ experts is sufficient to meet plaintiffs’ burden that Iraq collaborated in or supported bin Laden/al Qaeda’s terrorist acts of September 11. . .”