Thursday, April 13, 2006


Editor, Times-Union:

Ref: To President Poll

Let's assume President Bush's rating is presently 46.

When asking someone how would you rate our President, the individual thinks of the war. I don't think that is a true rating.

I feel when asking someone, he or she should ask concerning two fronts: A - The home front and B - The war.

It is my opinion the rating on the home front would and should be 100. War front 46. Add the two and divide by two and you get the better rating, 73. I think 73 is a much more fairer and accurate rating.

What do you think?

Lilly E. Johnson
Mastodona Lake


Trevor Jackson said...

P.S. I dare you liberals to call that math fuzzy!


Who ends letters to the editor with "What do you think?" Does the editor actually write back in Mastodona Lake? "Letters from the Editor"? Let's assume. Bizarre.

Rob said...

More fairer AND more accurater. Definitely 100 on the home front, though I'd give him at least a 54 for the war--after all, we've killed more of them than they've killed of us.