"Let the people think they govern and they will be governed."
Table 1: Sector & Industry Breakdown
Table 2: Individual Federal Pork-Buyers
Table 3: Would-Be Federal Pork-Sellers
Now that both the 2000 and the 2004 were stolen through criminal behavior, our right to elect our leaders and representatives has been taken from us, and whether we regain that right or not is an open question. The U.S. Supreme Court and Florida Republican officials in 2000 and the Florida and Ohio Republican officials in 2004 perpetrated and perpetuated a coup d'etat:
"An opinion on a point of conduct, not supported by reasons, can only count as one person's preference; and if the reasons, when given, are a mere appeal to a similar preference felt by other people, it is still only many people's liking instead of one. To an ordinary man, however, his own preference, thus supported, is not only a perfectly satisfactory reason, but the only one he generally has for any of his notions of morality, taste, or propriety, which are not expressly written in his religious creed."
During Bush's first yearS in office, it's claimed that he had a "high approval rating." Supposedly, a large percentage of people "polled" indicate that they approve of his performance as president.
Ignored are those unfavorable polls, such as the January 15, 2002 Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll that indicated that only 49% of registered voters said they would "vote to re-elect President Bush," and 21% said they would "vote for the Democratic candidate." Another 14% said their vote would depend on the Democrat or that it is "too soon to say." It's never mentioned in the mainstream press in 2005 that Bush now has the lowest approval rating in history for a newly-selected president.