Nov 27, 2006

Lukewarm Or Scalding..?

Survey of Americans' feelings towards politicians, on a scale of 0 to 100, gauging the "warmth" people feel towards each (and the number in parens is the percentage of people who don't know enough about the person to say either way).

1) Rudolph Giuliani - 64.2. (9)
2) Sen. Barack Obama 58.8 (41)
3) Sen. John McCain 57.7 (12)
4) Condoleezza Rice - 56.1 (7)
5) Bill Clinton - 55.8 (1)
6) Sen. Joseph Lieberman - 52.7 (16)
7) NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg - 51.1 (44)
8) John Edwards - 49.9 (20)
9) Sen. Hillary Clinton - 49 (1)
10) N.M. Gov. Bill Richardson - 47.7 (65)
11) Sen. Joseph Biden 47 (52)
12) Nancy Pelosi 46.9 (34)
13) Gov. Mitt Romney - 45.9 (64)
14) Former VP Al Gore - 44.9 (3)
15) President George Bush - 43.8 (1)
16) Sen. Evan Bayh - 43.3 (75)
17) Newt Gingrich - 42 (15)
18) Sen. Bill Frist - 41.5 (53)
19) Sen. Harry Reid - 41.2 (61)
20) Sen. John Kerry - 39.6 (5)

20 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Please... And who conducted that survey? I wasn't called on. And the sinner Guilani, flip flop McCain, Lickerman, and Shug would certainly not be high on my list. The survey should have asked who holds true principles and values in their positions and outside their positions. I better alot of those clowns would be bumped off the list!

9:29 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

LOL...I want to know about the 1% who don't know who Bill or Hillary Clinton or George Bush...are they immigrants or people who don't own tvs or read newspapers? {scratches head}

The rest of those percentages are scary...a large number of our citizens do not know their elected officials! unbleievable...

9:36 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I heard 92% of PJF's fan club know who he is! But I don't see that listed...

Hi SPB,

I just put the little peanut to bed...que pasa?

9:42 PM  
Anonymous quote of the day said...

"What continues to amaze me is that so many people still hold Henry Kissinger in such high esteem...and still seek his counsel, Mr. President."

I couldn't agree more, Prosecutor...it's a sad commentary on our country and the lack of knowledge by our citizen's of Kissinger's past...

But in regards to Bushie's ignorance...no suprise

9:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

CC:

Muy bien gracias!

As far as Fitz, Fitz will be a popular person and people will know him when he wins the smurf's case and if he was part of the team if there is another Nixon case with the Gerbil and the Ambien. Media doesn't feed on people like Fitz who is honest and decent. If Fitz was a prosecutor during the day and a stripper at nights, maybe he may make the news. I just think that Fitz just keeps doing what he is doing and his work and who he is will be recognize. I wouldn't want him to just focus on popularity or the flavor of the month.

9:52 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Edwards and Gore are the only ones I feel anything for-the others seem to have no love for the American people, so I have none for them

Big on warmth, rugby man;-)

10:06 PM  
Anonymous Dr. Leo "Hug Doctor"Buscallia said...

Fitz, gimme a hug?

10:23 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

LOL @ "If Fitz was a prosecutor during the day and a stripper at nights, maybe he may make the news."

Don't get Clarice all excited, SPB.

T...I agree...Edwards is the only one that catches my eye...I like Al,. but I am afraid it may be too late for him...

10:23 PM  
Anonymous northernbelle said...

The water's boilin', the kettle is whistlin'

and that Mr and Mrs John Edwards are some fine people, rare gems Americans are lucky to have them

10:32 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Don't get Clarice all excited, SPB."

LOL! The rugby man can wear a diaper and that woman would get turned on by that. But, that broad needs a life. It is a bit nauseating with her fixation and lovefest for the rugby man. I know that Fitz will not give an interview after his case with the gnome is over to horseface Feldman. Ick!

10:34 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I'm not sure I trust this poll...

# 4 Condi at 56.1
#6 Lieberman at 52.7 pick...

Oh wait, I didn't see Kerry dead last at #20 at 39.6 ...well, maybe there is some credibility to this poll...me thinks Kerry will be the only one surprised

10:34 PM  
Anonymous the fire department said...

Ya need oven mitts to handle Fitz!

Smokin Hot!

10:36 PM  
Blogger Prezzildent despondent said...

And how did the chimpster make the list? He must have paid someone to boost him in the rankings. And how did knucklehead Biden make the list? Where these people who voted named Mr. Magoo?

*lol*

10:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

15) President George Bush - 43.8 (1)

That should be 100% knows the chimpster: a liar, thief, ignorant, and town drunk.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting:

From Left Coaster:

Condi Loses A Key Aide

by Steve Soto

A move that speaks volumes about the administration's chance at success in Iraq and the Middle East: Condi's chief assistant for both issues, Philip Zelikow, is bailing out already and going back to academia.


Looks like another aide bails out from girlfriday.. Good night! Peace out!

10:58 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Edwards will be the sneak attack with the bonus of his wife. My choice teamed with Senator Feingold.

Obama, too inexperienced and I wonder.

Rudi and McCain, gross.

Sorry Hillary, America was watching when you were cozy with the Bushes and Republicans. Besides, that Children's Defense Fund keeps appearing.

Fitzgerald will have that dingbat Gonzales' job till he's ready for Prez.

12:54 AM  
Blogger Lady Justice said...

John Kerry way at the bottom? Gosh, can't imagine how he ended up all the way down there! lol

Nice blog, Fitz. Just came upon it, and am absolutely thrilled to see that not only are you busting the crooks here in Illinois, but also have excellent taste in music, too.

Keep up the great work!

On second thought, why is John Kerry even ON the list? His political career is over, and no one seems to have told him!

8:23 AM  
Anonymous Maureen said...

Al Gore will always be one of my heroes, what a fine, intelligent fellow he seems to be. I want that new T-shirt, olive drab, they plugged for Al on Huffington yesterday! Reminds me of the old Che Guevera one...

Along with Mr. Fitzgerald's, and that one for SPB if he'd like to be included in the T-shirt admiration fest... Can't we have longsleeves and tanks too?

I don't do the T-shirt thing so much for the public, but I like my little girls to be reminded of who and what mom believed in, my oldest got such a kick out of my "Somewhere in Texas there's a village missing its' idiot" one that I fearlessly wore amongst the smirking crowds years ago. She was proud of that.

Kissinger, yikes that man gives me the chills. 'Quote of the Day' I agree 100%, folks should start googling him. And that Michael Ledeen fellow. Mr F, is he one of your witnesses? Some of these guys are the stuff of my worst nightmares, come true.

Al and PJF are truly the heroic tops on my list. And I have great admiration for RFK Jr. But nobody surveyed me!

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Joe Koolaid Lickerman is not that bad .... and maybe one of the persons who has kept me alive , microwave and RFI treatment is not pleasant ...........

1:43 AM  
Anonymous northernbelle said...

No wannin' from tha fire dept don' scare Belle none, Mista

7:37 PM  

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