Chris Matthews seems to think that the public is firmly behind Bush over the NSA eavesdropping scandal. [media id=14470]-WMP [media id=14471]-QT (ha
January 29, 2006

Chris Matthews seems to think that the public is firmly behind Bush over the NSA eavesdropping scandal.
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MATTHEWS: Elisabeth, a couple weeks ago the Democrats thought they had the president's number on this NSA spying thing and then Karl Rove came out a week ago and said: "no," this is a big winner. How is the president turning the NSA surveillance question into a winner politically?

ELISABETH BUMILLER, NYT: It took them a while. It took them about a month to get their act together on this…

Think Progress proves them wrong: "Three of the most recent polls on the issue paint an completely different picture...read on"

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