Tangled Web

In a Washington Post story about Bob Woodward’s book, “The president is shown to be preoccupied by public perceptions of the war, looking at polling data from Rove, now his senior adviser, even after pretending to have no interest.”

Remember, Bush campaigned on the claim that he didn’t pay attention to polls. Of course, the reason he made this claim was polling showed more people would vote for him if he said he didn’t pay attention to polls.