And, oh yes, one of those 9th District candidates (you know which one) is actually running for the U.S. Senate and has been getting and spending with some abandon.
In Arkansas, Bush has fallen 28 points since November, to a 34 percent approval rating. In Tennessee, things aren't much better for W, at 39 percent. But Mississippi? Those folks still loves them some Bush barely: 49 percent of Magnolia Staters approve the Prez, versus 47 percent who disapprove.
C'mon, Mississippi! Time to catch up with the rest of the country.
Lott said Frist didnt have the experience to lead a political body as fractious as the Senate, adding, I dont think hell go down in history as one of the greats." Frist, who is dogged by questions about stock transactions involving his family company, plans to step down next year as majority leader to make a run for the presidency. Its a run that Lott doesnt think much of.
I dont think he has a shot at that, Lott said.
Lott is currently on tour promoting his memoir, Herding Cats. All we can say is meow.
To read more about Lotts comments on Bush, Katrina, and Tom DeLay, go here.