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After the 2004 election, stolen by vote fraud, the Zetas predicted on Nov 3, 2004 that the Puppet Master would decapitate the Bush administration, in punishment for not allowing Kerry to win as he had wanted. Kerry was to bring the US Military back under a Commander in Chief, as they were in revolt against Bush.

The Puppet Master is not pleased, and will enact revenge, and the Puppet Master has more cards that can be imagined. The mess Bush has made rests like a turd on the front steps of the White House. The spiral down into an increasingly hostile and resentful populace, a rebelling bureaucracy, and worldwide disgust will only accelerate. The US will find itself without cooperation when reaching out for help to other countries in their endeavors while the Puppet Master enacts financial revenge, punishing the US to weaken Bush and Cheney.
ZetaTalk: Diebold Wins, written Nov 3, 2004

Since the 2004 election, leaks such as the Downing Street Memo (a leak), discovering the missing 2003 Cheney memos in the archives (a leak to Fitzgerald), the Katrina video showing Bush being briefed, the Abramoff photos with Bush (reportedly for sale by Abramoff), and the NSA Spying scandal (previously ongoing but secret), the Pentagon hiring journalists in Iraq, additional Abu Grabi torture photos released in Australia, and details about the UAE port deal (Homeland Security objected) have pulled Bush Co down. He is now not only a lame duck, he is a dead duck!

Americans Pessimistic on War as President Launches New Push
CNN, Mar 14, 2006
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Growing dissatisfaction with the war in Iraq has driven President Bush's approval rating to a new low of 36 percent, according to a CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll released Monday. Only 38 percent said they believe the nearly 3-year-old war was going well for the United States, down from 46 percent in January, while 60 percent said they believed the war was going poorly. Nearly half of those polled said they believe Democrats would do a better job of managing the war. Sixty percent of those surveyed in the latest poll said they disapproved of his performance in office. With congressional elections approaching, public discontent with the war appeared to be taking a toll on Bush's fellow Republicans. Only 32 percent polled over the weekend said they thought Bush had a clear plan for handling the situation in Iraq, while 67 percent said he did not. Democrats held a strong lead over the GOP, 53-38 percent, when asked which party would better manage the economy. The latest poll found 51 percent of Americans believed the administration deliberately misled the public about whether Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, while 46 percent disagreed.
Bush Approval Falls to 33%, Congress Earns Rare Praise, Dubai Ports Fallout
Pew Research, March 15, 2006
In a Word...Incompetent. President Bush's declining image also is reflected in the single-word descriptions people use to describe their impression of the president. Three years ago, positive one-word descriptions of Bush far outnumbered negative ones. Over the past two years, the positive-negative balance has been roughly equal. But the one-word characterizations have turned decidedly negative since last July. Currently, 48% use a negative word to describe Bush compared with just 28% who use a positive term, and 10% who use neutral language. The changing impressions of the president can best be viewed by tracking over time how often words come up in these top-of-the-mind associations. Until now, the most frequently offered word to describe the president was "honest," but this comes up far less often today than in the past. Other positive traits such as "integrity" are also cited less, and virtually no respondent used superlatives such as "excellent" or "great" ­ terms that came up fairly often in previous surveys. The single word most frequently associated with George W. Bush today is "incompetent,"and close behind are two other increasingly mentioned descriptors: "idiot" and "liar." All three are mentioned far more often today than a year ago.

And by 2007, talk of impeachment was on every tongue!

Much of US Favors Bush Impeachment: Poll
July 6, 2007
Nearly half of the US public wants President George W. Bush to face impeachment, and even more favor that fate for Vice President Dick Cheney, according to a poll. The survey by the American Research Group found that 45 percent support the US House of Representatives beginning impeachment proceedings against Bush, with 46 percent opposed, and a 54-40 split in favor when it comes to Cheney.