The Plame leak continues to wreak havoc with the Bush administration:
The latest USA Today/Gallup poll finds more than 6 in 10 Americans critical of President George W. Bush on the leak controversy. The more closely people are following the issue, the more likely they are to say he did something illegal rather than unethical. The poll also shows that 37% of Americans continue to approve of Bush’s job performance, unchanged from last month. While that is a low rating — and among the lowest of the Bush administration — it represents no change in four Gallup polls conducted since the end of February.
I guess that is the good news- his approval is solid at 37%. I really don’t know who is still defending Bush, but I am to the point (and have been for some time) that what this administration has not simply lied about they have bungled. It took a while to get there, as years of putting up with the normal hysterical opposition politics of the Democrats sort of steels a Republican to ignore criticism, but it is pretty clear to me now that where these guys aren’t incompetent, they are unethical and dishonest. I still don’t hold the Democrats in much higher regard, but I really can’t think of one good thing to say about this administration at the moment.
Other than that it is almost over.