RUSH: Let's go to the audio sound bites. You know, Obama in the Gallup poll has hit 41% approval. In the Gallup poll, President Obama has hit 41% approval. Now, let's go back to March 13th, 2006, CNN trumpeting Bush hitting a new low in the Gallup poll. This is Wolf Blitzer.
BLITZER: It's 4 p.m. here in Washington. So you're getting the first look right now at our brand-new poll. The president's job approval rating has taken a downward turn again, falling to only 36%. [break] This represents his lowest rating ever in the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll. [break] The president's poll numbers are pretty bad, pretty awful right now, rock bottom as far as the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll. [break] The president's Iraq problem and his new low point in the polls. [break] His approval and policies now are at new lows. [break] The president's job approval number in this new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll, rock bottom, the lowest it's ever been. [break] It's 5 p.m. here in Washington where President Bush takes a beating in our latest poll. His approval rating at a low ebb. [break] Our latest CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll just out in the past hour shows the president at an all-time low. [break] His job approval rating at a new low. [break] That's rock bottom as far as our poll is concerned. [break] It's 7 p.m. here in Washington. The war in Iraq comes home to roost for President Bush. Our latest poll numbers showing his approval rating at a new low. [break] Also: President Bush hits a new low in the polls. [break] Now back to our lead story: President Bush's approval rating now at an all-time low. [break] As we noted, a new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll shows his job approval rating at a new low. [break] President Bush's approval rating at a new low, 36%.
RUSH: Wolf Blitzer, that was from March 13th of 2006. Not one of those was repeated. That was a montage of Wolf Blitzer promoting the lead story during his program, The Situation Room, from four p.m. to seven p.m. This morning, same network, CNN, different host, Kiran Chetry reporting a new survey on American drinking.
CHETRY: There is a new survey from Gallup finding that more Americans are drinking now than at any time in the last quarter century. Sixty-seven percent of those asked, old enough to drink, admit to enjoying at least the occasional cocktail.
RUSH: Yeah, I meant to do this. There's no mention of Obama at 41% on CNN. No mention of Obama at 41% in the Gallup poll on CNN. Now, we gotta be fair and point out that CNN no longer partners with Gallup. Gallup booted 'em, or one way or the other. Anyway, Obama's at 41%, and all we get is a poll on drinking on CNN.