How the Times Defines "Solid"

Thursday, March 03, 2005

How the Times Defines "Solid"

Did you notice what a friend of mine noticed in today's New York Times?
Americans say President Bush does not share the priorities of most of the country on either domestic or foreign issues, are increasingly resistant to his proposal to revamp Social Security and say they are uneasy with Mr. Bush's ability to make the right decisions about the retirement program, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

... Four months after Mr. Bush won a solid re-election over Senator John Kerry, 63 percent of respondents say the president has different priorities on domestic issues than most Americans.
Bush won with a mere 51 percent of the popular vote -- the closest electoral-vote margin for any incumbent president since Woodrow Wilson. But I guess that's how the Times defines "solid."

And this is supposedly the liberal newspaper.

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