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WSJ/NBC Poll finds Americans Do Not Support Iraq Surge

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posted on Jan, 21 2007 @ 03:44 PM
The most mystifying thing to me these last 6.something years has been the absolute lack of concern this presidential admistration has shown for the will of anyone outside of their own fold.

Right now public opinion, the advice of our military commanders and congress go unheeded by this president and his puppet master vice presidnt.

The will of the people be damned! We know best! Goes Cheney and windup Bush.

It's time to pull the plug on this coterie of madmen, before the world (literally) goes up in flames.

By all means necessary.

January 21, 2007, 11:35 am
Poll Shows Voters Unconvinced on Iraq

If President Bush persists with his planned troop increase in Iraq, as all signs indicate, he will do so against a strong tide of U.S. public opinion, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows. Democratic leaders in Congress, with support from some Republicans, are pressing for votes on nonbinding resolutions signaling opposition to the president’s policy.

If Congress approves that resolution, the poll shows, 65% of Americans say the president shouldn’t move ahead with his plan. (Some 30% say go ahead.) The poll of 1,007 adults, conducted Jan 17-20, has an error margin of 3.1 percentage points.

And p.s. Good luck to preznit Bush. The people who he really, really needs to convince that his plan will work will all be tuning into American Idol while he gives his State of the art BS address tomorrow night. LOL

I guess those snoozers who advise the preznit are so out of it, they've never heard of AI, the cultural phenomenon.

posted on Jan, 21 2007 @ 05:03 PM
Since went the will of the people is the concern of the elite in power?

They are on their own agendas to be concern about the hard working Americans that wants accountability for their hard earned tax dollars and the safety of their sons and daughters in the military.

posted on Jan, 21 2007 @ 05:13 PM
Maybe it was just an illusion most of my life, that the elites actually did take us into some account. Maybe technology has caused them to become more afraid with the unleashing of information (internet). I liken this to Martin Luther crashing down the gates of Catholocism and its mysticism, waving the bible in his hand: Its all here folks! The answers to the mysteries of our world! You can read it for YOURSELF!

Maybe this is just the most brazen bunch of criminals to ever have captured the office.


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