Some things he said were indisputably 100% true. <br><br>The terrorists are our enemy.<br>These extremists attacked us on 9/11 and we should never forget that.<br>The war on terror is a war we must win.<br>Democracy and freedom are worth dying for.<br>America honors and supports her troops.<br><br><br><br>
If you took an honest look at polls you'd see them for what they are. The media organization conducts a poll, publishes the polling results and then reports on it.<br><br>In other words, the media is creating news to report. <br><br>Although it's almost a sport watching the liberal left sh!t all over themselves everytime CNN/USA Today releases a 'gloom-n-doom' poll. <br><br><br>
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Online polls are bogus. No contest on that. I think that most of the polling (gallup, zogby, etc.) gives a good indication how people are thinking, with or without the media's influence. When it comes to topics regarding the Iraq war it is a negative trend. To think otherwise is only denial of the obvious <br><br>When Bush has good poll numbers those are reported by the media too, When it comes to an issue like Social Security, of which the President is actively campaigning for, it is not creating news to report polls of how the public responds. Same with our Iraq policy, it is relevant information that should be reported. Gathering facts and reporting is creating news?<br><br>Post 9/11 Bush's numbers were sky high. Is that fact a media creation and bogus too?<br><br><br>here's what I posted yesterday:<br><br><br>Why are statistics good enough to make an argument on how Liberal the media is, yet too bogus to determine whether people believe we were misled into this war? Why are poll numbers convincing enough to make the President give a prime-time speech on the exact issues reflected in those polls? Or to send Donald Rumsfeld on every possible Sunday morning talk show?<br><br>Why are statistics good enough to claim this Bush majority yet too bogus to ask those same people if they oppose our policy for being in Iraq?<br><br><br><br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Although it's almost a sport watching the liberal left sh!t all over themselves everytime CNN/USA Today releases a 'gloom-n-doom' poll. <p><hr></blockquote><p><br>Poll: Disapproval of Bush at high point<br><embed src="http://www.fartgreetings.com/wav/quickfart.wav" autoplay="false"></embed><br><br>
I think the best comment I heard after the speech last night was from Wesley Clark, something like:<br><br>Bush has declared we will win this war in Iraq, and the war on terror, with the military. You can't kill your way to a victory, but you can influence your way to a victory .<br><br><br><br>
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