Monday, May 01, 2006

What a great question

Here's a pollster question asked by the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey:

"At the conclusion of the war in Iraq, do you feel that most Americans will think it is more like World War Two, which unified America and was considered an important turning point for the United States' role in the world; more like the Korean War, a stalemate in which neither side prevailed and American troops had to remain for many years; or more like the Vietnam War, which divided America and lowered the United States' international prestige?"
WW II--11%

I wish I'd come up with that question. And the answers: 83%--plus think we're gonna have a "Mexican Standoff" or worse.

I told you. Bush hasn't won anything in his lifetime, except his elections. Just like Hitler.

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