Think Progress published an article this morning about how Bush’s “good-feeling” rating dropped after he left office. As George W. was leaving office, the WSJ/NBC polls showed 31% had a positive view of the former President; however, a new poll conducted shows that his rose-colored glass-wearing support had dropped to 26%.
Logically, this means that 5% of Americans think we live in a Orwellian fascist state where they believe pollsters are actually government agents whose sole occupation is to weed out dissension.
I better say I’m a blind, non-questioning follower otherwise they will come out of the sky on ropes — crashing through the front window — and take me away to a detention facility where the only thing they show on TV is Sci-Fi original movies, “Teletubies” and reruns of seasons 8 and 9 of “X-Files”, they think before they answer.
“Yes, I love my country. I love our former President. He did a great job.”
Schew! Avoided Room 101 with that answer.
When suddenly a circular hole is cut out of their ceiling, government operatives slide down ropes and then put a bag over the poor citizen’s head and hand a receipt of capture to their spouse. They are then whisked away and tortured to death by Michael Palin.