Mr. Bush has plenty of supporters in this Denver suburb and the surrounding cities, an evenly divided swing district that is a bellwether in the battle for control of the House. But interviews over the last three days here found Republicans, Democrats and independents all expressing degrees of skepticism about Mr. Bush’s motives in delivering a set of high-profile speeches on terrorism and the war in Iraq two months before Election Day.If the Republicans want to chart a new course on Iraq, Chuck Hagel is the the man for the job.
Monday, September 18, 2006
Republicans growing more skeptical of the President
The New York Times had an interesting article on Friday.