June 29, 2005


Every Day is Election Day

Dick Morris argues that in modern American democracy, "every day is Election Day. Every week, every day, a new poll comes out judging the presidentís performance and popularity. Our polling obsession makes our presidential system much more akin to a parliamentary one. When an incumbent presidentís job-approval ratings sink below 50 percent, he becomes like a British prime minister who has just lost a vote of confidence in parliament."










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