Out of more than 300,000 viewers polled, 86 percent have voted that they would see President George Bush impeached for "secret spying, the deceptions leading to war and more." Is Bush terrified at the prospect of having a Democratic majority in Congress? The National Journal says this story has legs that might run through election day.
Also on MSN, an excerpt from the Republican camp: “There’s been a lot of ducking and dodging and diving and weaving,” said Rep. Ray LaHood, R-Ill. “There is a lot of fingerpointing that had gone on earlier in the week, but I do think people are behind the speaker now.”
Republicans have mixed views on the upcoming elections. “This is going to be the most difficult 30 days in the last 12 years that we’ve been the majority party,” LaHood said. The GOP took power after the 1994 election.
Almost half of Americans surveyed in a recent Associated Press-Ipsos poll said recent disclosures of corruption and scandal will be extremely or very important to their vote.
Also, more than half of those surveyed in a Newsweek poll released this weekend believe Hastert tried to cover up news of Foley’s messages to the pages. That poll gives Democrats the advantage on handling moral values, normally a Republican strong point."