He’s pulling out the stops in Washington with a swine flu power grab and a “financial reform” bill to distract from his ethics quagmire, but corruptocrat Sen. Chris Dodd isn’t fooling home state voters.
Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd’s backers say they’re skeptical of new Quinnipiac (KWIN’-uh-pee-ack) Poll results showing his approval rating has declined again.
A Connecticut Democratic Party spokeswoman says they have “a hard time believing Chris Dodd has done anything but strengthen his political position.” She says they’re not taking the poll very seriously.
The poll, released Thursday, says 54 percent of voters disapprove of Dodd’s performance. That’s up from 49 percent in September.
It also says former Republican Congressman Rob Simmons and former ambassador Tom Foley would beat Dodd if head-to-head matchups were held right now.
They’re not taking the poll very seriously?
Hubris be Dodd’s name. And it will be the Obama-endorsed Senator from Countrywide’s downfall.