CHQ - Americans Unhappy with Congressional Leadership of Both Parties

Negatives for Congressional leaders reach all-time high
Rasmussen Reports - As the health care debate drones on and on in Congress, Americans are becoming increasingly frustrated with the Congressional leadership of both Parties, a recent Rasmussen poll revealed.  It's no shock that Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are so unpopular, but Minority Leader John Boehner also has reached a new high in unfavorable ratings - demonstrating that citizens are plain fed up with the lack of principles on both sides of the aisle in Congress.

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