President Bush wants to talk to the American people... He's got to.
What this really boils down to is FREE political ads. This will give candidate Bush a chance to repair some of the damage done by the incompetent and inhumane acts his administration has allowed to occur thru neglect or ineptitude.
Bush's address, to be delivered at 8 p.m. at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, will be the first in a series of prime-time speeches intended to lay out the way forward in Iraq, according to White House officials.
A series of speeches. I think that Kerry should get a series of speeches to lay out the obvious need to remove Bush from office and send his neocon cronies packing.
Bush's job approval rating continued a downward spiral in a poll released May 14 by CNN and Time.
Bush's overall job approval rating tumbled from 49 percent to 46 percent since the last CNN/Time poll on April 8, while his disapproval rating rose from 47 percent to 49 percent -- the first time in his administration that more people disapproved of his job performance than approved.
This is the real reason Bush needs all these free campaign commercials.
To paraphrase Mel Brooks, It's good to be the President.