posted on Apr, 27 2005 @ 12:42 PM
I'm personally very much surprised about this apparently very high percentage of our citizens who believe that Bush has deliberately lied to them.
Half of all Americans, exactly 50%, now say the Bush administration deliberately misled Americans about whether Iraq had weapons of mass destruction,
the Gallup Organization reported this morning.
"This is the highest percentage that Gallup has found on this measure since the question was first asked in late May 2003," the pollsters observed.
"At that time, 31% said the administration deliberately misled Americans. This sentiment has gradually increased over time, to 39% in July 2003, 43%
in January/February 2004, and 47% in October 2004."
Also, according to the latest poll, more than half of Americans, 54%, disapprove of the way President Bush is handling the situation in Iraq, while
43% approve. In early February, Americans were more evenly divided on the way Bush was handling the situation in Iraq, with 50% approving and 48%
Last week Gallup reported that 53% now believe that the U.S. invasion of Iraq was "not worth it." But Frank Newport, editor in chief at Gallup,
recalled today that although a majority of the public began to think the Vietnam war was a mistake in the summer of 1968, the United States did not
pull out of Vietnam for more than five years, after thousands of more American lives were lost.
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My comment is this: despite the gravity of the issue, nobody expects any action or motion such as impeachment process. This confirms that political
life in the US is growing increasingly dysfunctional.
[edit on 27-4-2005 by Aelita]