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According to this CBS Poll:

  1. Only 18% of Americans believe a war with Iraq will reduce terrorism
  2. Yet 58% believe we should attack Iraq anyway, and 57% believe we should do it even if it involves "substantial military casualties".
  3. Only 20% believe the UN can prevent Iraq from developing WMDs ["weapons of mass destruction"].
  4. Yet 52% believe the US should follow the UN lead in Iraq.

If all of those who believe a war on Iraq will reduce terrorism also support this attack on Iraq, and if all of those who belileve the UN can prevent Iraq from developing WMDs also want to follow the UN's lead, then 40% of Americans want to attack Iraq even though they don't believe it will reduce terrorism, 39% want to do that regardless of what the loss of Amercian lives involves, and 32% are in favor of UN action in Iraq even though they don't believe it will reduce Iraq's WMD capabilities.

This is called "cognitive dissonance".   No, it's worse than that--it's called "insanity":

'Main Entry: in�san�i�ty
Pronunciation: in-'sa-n&-tE
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Date: 1590
2 : such unsoundness of mind or lack of understanding as prevents one from having the mental capacity required by law to enter into a particular relationship, status, or transaction or as removes one from criminal or civil responsibility

Certainly such people should not be permitted to vote, which is the primary civil responsibility they cannot possibly be expected to   fulfill.  When one third of Americans agree that "substantial military casualties" are acceptable even though they couldn't possibly expect a desirable outcome, a desirable outcome is impossible and "substantial" gets turned into hundreds of thousands of lives over night.

Who are these 32% to 40% of Americans who are so cavalier with American lives and tax dollars that they don't even concern themselves with such trivia as this?  Why shouldn't they be identified and denied the right to vote?   What they're advocating isn't anarchy--it's tyranny.  We've had enough failed government programs to last a lifetime, so why should taxpaying American workers be saddled with any more of their nonsense?

They are a far, far bigger threat to most working Americans than Iraq could ever hope to be, no matter how many WMDs they managed to develop.

 

 

 

http://www.cbsnews.com/htdocs/c2k/iraqback.pdf

http://fathersmanifesto.net/polliraqcbs.pdf

 

CBS NEWS POLL
REMOVING SADDAM HUSSEIN
September 22-23, 2002
q1 Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as
President?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Approve 66 89 48 63 63
Disapprove 27 9 46 24 28
DK/NA 7 2 6 13 9
q2 Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling foreign policy?
Approve 58 79 39 58 54
Disapprove 34 17 55 31 36
DK/NA 8 4 6 11 11
q3 How about the economy? Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is
handling the economy?
Approve 49 72 32 45 47
Disapprove 41 19 60 41 42
DK/NA 10 9 8 14 11
q4 Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling the campaign
against terrorism?
Approve 71 87 57 69 68
Disapprove 22 8 35 24 27
DK/NA 7 5 8 7 5
q5 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job?
Jul02b
Approve 48 49 58 36 49
Disapprove 36 37 31 41 38
DK/NA 16 14 11 23 13
q6 Which of these should be the higher priority for the nation right now -- the economy
and jobs, or terrorism and national security?
Economy 33 21 39 39
Terrorism 55 66 53 48
Both (Vol.) 9 10 7 10
Neither (Vol.) 0 0 0 0
DK/NA 3 3 1 3
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 2
q7 How would you rate the condition of the national economy these days? Is it very good,
fairly good, fairly bad or very bad?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Very good 3 6 2 2 3
Fairly good 48 55 43 46 47
Fairly bad 37 31 37 41 36
Very bad 10 6 16 8 14
DK/NA 2 2 2 3 1
q8 In general, do you feel the United Nations is doing a good job or a poor job in trying
to solve the problems it has to face?
Nov01b
Good 40 35 47 39 63
Poor 50 55 47 47 27
DK/NA 10 10 6 14 10
q9 How much influence does the United States have in the United Nations today -- too
much, too little, or the right amount?
May 1985
Too much 13 6 18 13 12
Too little 38 46 31 37 42
Right amount 39 37 42 37 33
DK/NA 10 11 9 13 13
q10 Do you think the United States should or should not take the leading role among all
other countries in the world in trying to solve international conflicts?
*** HALF SAMPLE A ***
Yes 45 50 47 39
No 49 47 50 50
DK/NA 6 3 3 11
q11 Which of the following statements comes closer to your point of view - 1. The United
States should take the lead in solving international crises and conflicts, OR 2. The
United States should let other countries and the United Nations take the lead in solving
international crises and conflicts?
*** HALF SAMPLE B ***
U.S. should take lead 46 56 43 39
U.S. should NOT take lead 48 37 55 53
Depends/Some of both (Vol.) 2 2 1 4
DK/NA 4 5 1 4

CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 3
q13 These days, if someone disagrees with the president's decisions on military issues,
do you think it's okay to criticize him publicly, or should people not publicly criticize
the president on military issues?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Dec01a
% % % % %
Okay to criticize 60 54 60 65 58
Not okay 37 42 38 31 39
DK/NA 3 4 2 4 3
q14 These days, if someone disagrees with the president's proposals on economic or other
domestic issues, do you think it's okay to criticize him publicly, or should people not
publicly criticize the president on economic or domestic issues?
Okay to criticize 70 64 73 73 73
Not okay 26 33 24 22 22
DK/NA 4 3 3 5 5
q15 Which comes closer to your opinion? 1. The United States should not attack another
country unless that country has attacked the United States first, or 2. The United States
should be able to attack any country it thinks might attack the United States?
*** HALF SAMPLE C *** Sep02a
U.S. should not attack 44 25 60 42 47
U.S. should attack 43 61 32 40 41
It depends (Vol.) 5 5 3 7 5
DK/NA 8 9 5 11 7
q16 Which comes closer to your opinion? 1. The United States should not attack Iraq
unless Iraq has attacked the United States first, or 2. The United States should be able
to attack Iraq if it thinks Iraq might attack the United States?
*** HALF SAMPLE D ***
U.S. should not attack Iraq 32 28 37 32 26
U.S. should attack Iraq 58 64 57 53 61
It depends (Vol.) 3 3 3 3 4
DK/NA 7 5 3 12 9
q17 How much have you heard or read about the possibility of the United States taking new
military action against Iraq -- a lot, some, or not much so far?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
A lot 56 55 58 54 43
Some 30 32 31 27 34
Not much so far 14 11 10 19 23
None (Vol.) 0 0 0 0 NA
DK/NA 0 2 1 0 0
q18 So far, do you think the Bush administration has clearly explained the United States
position with regard to possibly attacking Iraq, or haven't they done that yet?
Clearly explained 51 66 40 48 27
Not done that yet 42 28 52 44 64
DK/NA 7 6 8 8 9
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 4
q19 Do you approve or disapprove of the United States taking military action against Iraq
to try to remove Saddam Hussein from power?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Approve 68 81 57 66 68
Disapprove 26 12 41 24 24
DK/NA 6 7 2 10 8
q20 Should the United States take military action against Iraq fairly soon, or should the
U.S. wait and give the United Nations more time to get weapons inspectors back into Iraq?
Take military action soon 36 51 23 35 35
Give U.N. more time 57 43 71 55 56
Both (Vol.) 0 0 0 1 1
Neither (Vol.) NA NA NA NA 1
DK/NA 7 6 6 9 7
q21 Which statement do you agree with more? Iraq presents such a clear danger to American
interests the United States needs to act now, even without the support of its allies, OR
the U.S. needs to wait for its allies before taking any action against Iraq?
U.S. needs to act now 31 42 22 31 27
U.S. needs to wait 61 51 72 60 67
U.S. shouldn't act (Vol.) 0 0 0 0 0
DK/NA 8 7 6 9 6
q22 Should the United States follow the recommendations of the United Nations when it
comes to taking military action against Iraq, or should the United States decide what to
do on its own, regardless of what the United Nations recommends?
U.S. should follow U.N. 52 45 61 48
U.S. should decide on its own 37 44 31 38
DK/NA 11 11 8 14
q23 Do you think the United Nations will or will not be able to prevent Saddam Hussein
from building or keeping weapons of mass destruction?
Probably will 20 17 22 22
Probably will not 70 78 65 68
DK/NA 10 5 13 10
q24 Do you expect the United States military to end up fighting against Iraq, or do you
think the situation will be resolved without fighting?
End up fighting 78 82 73 81 74
Resolve without fighting 17 13 22 14 19
DK/NA 5 6 5 5 7
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 5
q25 Do you think the President should have to get the approval of Congress before taking
military action against Iraq, or should he be able to make that decision himself?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Get approval 65 53 72 68 62
His decision 31 43 26 26 35
DK/NA 4 4 2 6 3
q26 When should Congress vote on a resolution authorizing U.S. military action against
Iraq -- 1. In the next few weeks, without waiting for the United Nations to act, or 2.
should Congress wait until the United Nations has acted, even if it takes longer than a
few weeks?
Next few weeks 41 55 28 41
Wait for U.N. 52 39 66 50
DK/NA 7 6 6 9
q27 Overall, is Congress asking too many questions about President Bush's policy toward
Iraq, or isn’t Congress asking enough questions?
Too many questions 22 31 13 22
Not enough questions 44 33 57 43
About the right amount (Vol.) 16 18 13 16
It depends (Vol.) 1 1 0 1
DK/NA 17 17 17 18
q28 When it comes to dealing with Saddam Hussein, do you think George W. Bush wants the
U.S. to work with the United Nations, or do you think Bush wants the U.S. to make
decisions without really working with the United Nations?
Wants U.S. to work with U.N. 49 66 36 47
Doesn't want to work with U.N.40 24 55 39
DK/NA 11 10 9 14
q30 Do you think removing Saddam Hussein from power is worth the potential loss of
American life and the other costs of attacking Iraq, or not?
Worth it 57 74 44 53 54
Not worth it 33 17 44 36 35
DK/NA 10 9 12 11 11
q31 Suppose U.S. military action in Iraq would result in substantial U.S. military
casualties, then would you favor or oppose the United States taking military action
against Iraq?
Favor 57 69 46 55 50
Oppose 34 23 44 33 38
DK/NA 9 8 10 12 12
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 6
q32 Suppose U.S. military action in Iraq meant that the U.S. would be involved in a war
there for months or even years, then would you favor or oppose the United States taking
military action against Iraq?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Favor 51 65 37 50 49
Oppose 39 27 54 37 44
DK/NA 10 8 9 13 7
q33 If the United States takes military action against Iraq, do you think the threat of
terrorism against the United States will increase, decrease, or stay about the same?
Increase 44 33 53 45
Decrease 18 27 15 14
About the same 34 36 29 38
DK/NA 4 4 3 3
q34 To the best of your knowledge, do you think Iraq currently possesses weapons of mass
destruction, or doesn't it have those yet?
Yes 77 89 74 71 79
No 14 8 17 15 11
DK/NA 9 3 9 14 10
q35 Do you think Iraq is planning to use those weapons against the US, or not?
Yes 61 71 57 54 62
No 12 13 11 12 10
DK/NA 5 5 5 5 7
Doesn’t have weapons 22 11 27 29 21
q36 Do you think Saddam Hussein was personally involved in the September 11th terrorist
attacks, or not?
Yes 51 58 50 45
No 33 25 35 39
DK/NA 16 17 15 16
q37 Do you think members of Al Qaeda, the group believed to be responsible for the
Septemb 11 attacks, are currently in Iraq?
Yes 70 79 62 71
No 14 5 21 14
DK/NA 16 16 17 15
q38 If the United States does get militarily involved in Iraq, which of the following
would be more likely: a fairly quick and successful effort, or a long and costly
involvement?
Quick/successful effort 45 55 35 44 41
Long and costly involvement 49 41 58 49 53
Quick but unsuccessful (vol.) 0 0 0 1 0
DK/NA 6 4 7 6 6
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 7
q39 How likely do you think it is that there will be another terrorist attack in the
United States within the next few MONTHS ---- very likely, somewhat likely, not very
likely, not at all likely?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Very likely 21 22 20 20 23
Somewhat likely 46 49 43 45 46
Not very likely 26 22 28 26 23
Not at all likely 5 5 4 7 5
DK/NA 2 2 5 2 3
q40 How much confidence do you have in the ability of the U.S. government to capture or
kill Osama bin Laden, who is believed to have planned the September 11th attacks on the
U.S. -- would you say you're very confident he will be caught, somewhat confident, not
too confident, or not at all confident?
Very confident 17 24 13 14 17
Somewhat confident 41 50 33 41 37
Not too confident 25 15 34 25 30
Not at all confident 12 4 14 16 13
bin Laden not alive (Vol.) 3 4 2 3 NA
DK/NA 2 3 4 1 3
q41 If Osama bin Laden is NOT captured or killed, THEN do you think the United States
will have won the war in Afghanistan, or not?
Will have won 30 32 27 31 27
Will not have won 60 56 65 59 61
Mixed (vol.) 1 2 1 1 3
DK/NA 9 10 7 9 9
q42 What is your impression of how the war in Afghanistan is going for the United States
right now - very well, somewhat well, somewhat badly, or very badly?
Very well 19 24 18 16 14
Somewhat well 53 56 52 50 58
Somewhat badly 20 12 26 21 16
Very badly 3 3 1 6 3
DK/NA 5 5 3 7 9
q43 Which comes closest to your opinion about United States priorities: 1. Right now, the
U.S. should mainly focus its attention on finding Osama bin Laden and other members of Al
Qaeda, or 2. Right now, the U.S. should mainly focus its attention on dealing with Saddam
Hussein?
Focus on bin Laden & Al Qaeda 40 37 44 39
Focus on Saddam Hussein 36 38 39 32
Both (Vol.) 13 19 8 12
Neither (Vol.) 2 1 2 4
DK/NA 9 5 7 13
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 8
q44 In your opinion, which represents the greater threat to the United States right now,
Al Qaeda or Iraq?
*** HALF SAMPLE E ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind
% % % %
Al Qaeda 44 37 52 44
Iraq 43 44 38 46
Both (Vol.) 8 13 5 5
DK/NA 5 6 5 5
q45 In your opinion, who represents the greater threat to the United States right now,
Osama bin Laden or Saddam Hussein?
*** HALF SAMPLE F ***
bin Laden 33 36 35 29
Saddam Hussein 46 52 45 43
Both (Vol.) 13 10 9 21
DK/NA 8 2 11 7
q46 Do you believe the United States can effectively fight wars in both Afghanistan and
Iraq at the same time?
*** TOTAL RESPONDENTS ***
Yes 60 74 52 55
No 35 21 41 40
It depends (Vol.) 1 1 1 0
DK/NA 4 4 6 5
q47 Do you think the United States should take military action against Iraq at the same
time it is fighting a war in Afghanistan, or should it wait until the war in Afghanistan
is finished?
Should fight at same time 47 63 33 45
Should wait 37 27 49 36
Should take no action at all 2 1 3 3
DK/NA 14 9 15 16
CBS News Poll: Removing Saddam Hussein Sept. 22-23, 2002 9
q48 If the 2002 election for U.S. House of Representatives were being held today, would
you vote for the Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate in your district?
*** REGISTERED VOTERS ***
**** Party ID ****
Total Rep Dem Ind Sep02a
% % % % %
Republican 40 83 11 27 37
Democratic 40 6 75 35 41
Other (vol.) 1 0 0 3 1
Won't Vote (vol.) 1 0 0 3 0
Depends (vol.) 8 4 7 14 9
DK/NA 10 7 7 18 12
UNWEIGHTED WEIGHTED
Total Respondents 903
Total Republicans 294 286
Total Democrats 297 305
Total Independents 312 312
Half Sample A 455 463
Half Sample B 448 440
Half Sample C 461 458
Half Sample D 442 445
Half Sample E 442 445
Half Sample F 461 458
Total Registered Voters 769 742

 

TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

1000 fold the child of perdition

 

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